These Board members all have strong, diverse backgrounds that together will be sure to help us fix the digital divide faster.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 27, 2015
National digital inclusion nonprofit EveryoneOn announced it formed a Corporate Advisory Board comprised of members representing partner companies with leading expertise on specific programmatic areas relevant to the mission of EveryoneOn.
Corporate Advisory Board members bring their expertise to bear in assisting EveryoneOn with expanding and improving its device and connectivity offerings, increasing adoption of its low-cost Internet service offers, and enhancing marketing efforts. In selecting members for its Corporate Advisory Board, EveryoneOn was careful to ensure its membership has programmatic expertise and diverse viewpoints.
“We’re excited to have our corporate partners more involved in our mission,” said EveryoneOn CEO Zach Leverenz. “These Board members all have strong, diverse backgrounds that together will be sure to help us fix the digital divide faster.”
EveryoneOn is pleased to announce that 15 members have agreed to serve on its Board and attended its first official convening on March 20, 2015 in Washington, DC. Members include:
Sarah Dillard, SPD Advisory
Byron Garrett, Microsoft
Omar Gayle, Computer Dealers Inc.
Scott Kinney, Discovery Education
Andrew Ko, Samsung Corporation
Adam Lewis, Apploi
Peter McElligott, Citrix
Katherine Messier, Mobile Beacon
Rahul Pasarnikar, McKinsey & Company
Amy Quinn, Cox Communications
Ben Roberts, The Martin Agency
Eric Seguin, Solix Inc.
James Spillane, Sprint
Stephen Stokols, FreedomPop
Steve Trimitiere, FamilyWize
Jordan Usdan, Microsoft
Stephen Wakefield, Discovery Education
Allison Walsh, Mobile Beacon
Monique Woodard, Black Founders
The Corporate Advisory Board brings a wide range of skills and experiences that will be sure to help ensure that EveryoneOn continues to do the best work possible to fix the digital divide in the United States.
For more information on how EveryoneOn is making affordable, at-home Internet access a reality for unconnected households, visit everyoneon.org.
EveryoneOn is a national nonprofit that aims to eliminate the digital divide by making high-speed, low-cost Internet, computers, and free digital literacy trainings accessible to all unconnected Americans. EveryoneOn aims to leverage the democratizing power of the Internet to provide opportunity to all Americans—regardless of age, race, geography, income or education level. EveryoneOn is supported through the generosity of the Carlos Slim Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Wasserman Foundation, Microsoft, and more. For more information, visit everyoneon.org.