The Southeast Assocation of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors has announced Christopher Mitchell will receive its 2014 Community Broadband Advocacy Award at its upcoming conference on March 24 and 25 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
I am honored to receive this recognition alongside Jim Baller and the Georgia Municipal Association, with whom I have worked on several occasions to further the public interest. I’ve long wanted to attend the SEATOA conference and hope readers will join me there.
SEATOA is a regional chapter of NATOA – the National Association of Telecommuniations Officers and Advisors.
I am excited to travel back to North Carolina after several years away from the state, to see how networks like Wilson’s Greenlight have progressed and to learn more about efforts to expand universal access to fast, affordable, and reliable Internet connections.