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Broadband Advisory Council

The Broadband Advisory Council was established to help determine the Commonwealth's goals for broadband and how best to achieve them. It is comprised of eleven members: four legislators, two ex-officio members, five citizen members, the Secretary of Technology, and the Secretary of Commerce and Trade.

Members

  • Delegate Kathy Byron (Chair) - Representing - House of Delegates
  • Senator Frank Ruff (Vice Chair) - Representing - Senate
  • Delegate James Leftwich - Representing - House of Delegates
  • Delegate Emily Brewer - Representing - House of Delegates
  • Delegate Paul Krizek - Representing - House of Delegates
  • Senator Ryan McDougle - Representing - Senate
  • Senator Glen Sturtevant - Representing - Senate
  • Secretary Brian Ball - Representing - Secretary of Commerce and Trade
  • Secretary Bettina Ring - Representing - Secretary of Agriculture and Forestry
  • Ray LaMura - Representing - Virginia Cable Telecommunications Associtaion (VCTA)
  • Duront Walton - Representing - Virginia Telecommunications Industry Association (VTIA)
  • James Carr - Representing - Virginia Wireless Internet Service Providers
  • Kristie Helmick Proctor - Representing - Center for Rural Virginia
  • Rosemary Wilson - Representing - Citizen

For meeting minutes and information:
http://www.wired.virginia.gov/broadband/advisory-council/

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