Watch an AT&T Policy Forum virtual discussion on the historic efforts by public and private sectors to bring connectivity to all Americans, the progress that’s been made thus far, and what’s next.
Ed Gillespie, Senior Executive Vice President of External and Legislative Affairs at AT&T, provides his perspective on opportunities for public-private partnership through the American Rescue Plan and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act to bring broadband to unserved and underserved communities. He discusses ways AT&T is helping bring affordable broadband to more Americans, including our participation in the Affordable Connectivity Program and offering our own low-cost broadband service.
The welcome remarks are followed by a keynote address from Marc Morial, President and CEO of the National Urban League, discussing the Digital Divide and the Lewis Latimer Plan for Digital Equity and Inclusion.
Then, Sal Khan, CEO and Founder of The Khan Academy, and Charlene Lake, Senior Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility and Chief Sustainability Officer at AT&T, discuss the impact of the homework gap on students and families and what’s needed to make further progress in closing the gap.
Senior Executive Vice President - External & Legislative Affairs, AT&T Services, Inc.
Founder and CEO of Khan Academy
Charlene F. Lake
Chief Sustainability Officer, Senior Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, AT&T Foundation Chair, AT&T Services, Inc.
Marc H. Morial
President and CEO, National Urban League