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Panel Recording | Nonprofits on navigating connectivity in the digital divide

Half of the world’s population lacks reliable internet access, with the vast majority concentrated in developing countries. As communities around the globe work to close the digital divide, there are countless nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations that need to fill critical gaps in connectivity now in order to operate safely and effectively. With no shortage of potential communications solutions, resource-strapped organizations need to understand how to navigate and secure the right tools for their mission needs. Join goTenna Co-Founder and CEO Daniela Perdomo for an exclusive live panel discussion with nonprofit leaders and technology innovators as they discuss the current communications challenges and share best practices on how to stay connected in any environment.

Panelists:

  • Adam Thuen, President of Operation Phoenix
  • Brian von Kraus, CEO and Founder of FireWatch Solutions
  • David Will, GIS/Database Program Manager at Island Conservation
  • Tom Cotter, Director of Emergency Response and Preparedness at Project HOPE
  • Moderator: Daniela Perdomo, Co-Founder and CEO of goTenna

This panel was recorded on December 9, 2020.

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Natalia Kossobokova

Natalia Kossobokova

Natalia Kossobokova is the Executive Editor of The Last Mile and the Content Marketing Manager at goTenna. She spearheads the development of global marketing content which includes thought leadership content and other marketing projects. She has over 10 years of experience working in the government communications industry. Natalia graduated from the University of Maryland with a Master's degree in Business Administration with a focus in Marketing.

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