The Nebraska Broadband Team
Each of the partners in the Nebraska Broadband Initiative brings expertise and responsibilities for identified areas of the plan. Each organization has identified key individuals to act as representatives. Those names, email and phone contact information is provided here.
- Cullen Robbins, Director of Communications - email@example.com
Toll Free: 1-800-526-0017 (Nebraska Only)
The Nebraska Public Service Commission is the Governor's designated entity for the Nebraska Broadband Initiative. The Nebraska Public Service Commission leads the mapping effort for the Nebraska Broadband Initiative and directs activities of Broadmap, the selected mapping services provider.
- Becky Vogt, Manager Survey Research - firstname.lastname@example.org - 402-329-6251
- Charlotte Narjes, Special Projects Manager - email@example.com - 402-472-1724
- Connie Hancock, Extension Education - firstname.lastname@example.org - 308-254-4455
The University of Nebraska – Lincoln representatives coordinate and manage the planning, adoption and utilization portions of the Nebraska Broadband Initiative. UNL Extension Educators serve as regional coaches for the initiative and facilitate technology planning, visioning, and information technology sessions.
- Anne Byers, Community Information Technology Manager - email@example.com - 402-471-9447
The Nebraska Information Technology Commission (NITC) Community Council acts as the state's advisory group on broadband planning. The Nebraska Information Technology Commission works to make the State of Nebraska's investment in information technology infrastructure more accessible and responsive to the needs of its citizens regardless of location while making government, education, health care and other services more efficient and cost effective.
- Joseph Lauber , Angel Investment Program Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org - 402-471-3758
The Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) is the official lead economic development agency for Nebraska. DED's emphasis is growing and diversifying the state's "economic base." The Department believes that broadband and information technology are the foundation for competing in the global economy and thus, support the utilization of broadband for a variety of efforts ranging from entrepreneurship to business recruitment.
- Rod Armstrong, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships - email@example.com - 402-525-8907
The AIM Institute focuses on awareness and outreach for the Nebraska Broadband Initiative and coordinates the annual Nebraska Broadband Conference. Through AIM activities, awareness of the initiative and current business trends impacted by high speed internet access are shared with businesses and educators.
Learn more and take action to bring broadband to your area.
Is broadband available?
Review the Nebraska Broadband Map
See what broadband services are available in your town or region in Nebraska. The data for the map was collected from broadband service providers, anchor institutions and residents of Nebraska.View the Map
Is your community leveraging broadband?
Review the Broadband Community Planning Workbook.
Learn how your community is currently utilizing broadband and identify ways in which broadband can enhance or develop opportunities. Click here to see if your community is ready to leverage broadband.View the Workbook