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Speeches of Commissioner Mignon Clyburn

2014 Speeches

10/14/14
Tower Climber Safety Workshop
Washington, DC
 
 
9/17/14
Accepting the Diversity Advocate Award
Walter Kaitz Foundation
New York, NY
 
9/16/14
“Ruby’s Magic Carpet: In Search of a Cure for Persistent Health Disparities”
National Health IT Collaborative for the Underserved Conference
Washington, DC
 
9/15/14
“Realizing Broadband’s Grand Promise for Consumer Health IT”
Consumer Health IT Summit
Washington, DC
 
 
7/9/14
FCC's Inmate Calling Workshop
Washington, DC
 
4/22/14
International Women's Hackathon
Washington, DC
 
 
3/18/14
Free State Foundation Telecom Policy Conference
National Press Club
Washington, DC
 
 
3/8/14
Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment
Women’s Resource Project
Women’s History Month
 
2/25/14
The Media Institute
Washingon, DC
 
 

 

2013 Speeches

12/11/13
M-Health Summit
FCC Town Hall Meeting
Alexandria, VA
 
 
11/6/13
"Broadband and Employment: African Americans’ Use of the Internet in Job Search"
The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
 
 
 
9/18/13
NAB Radio Show 2013
Orlando, FL
 
 
 
 
 
7/27/13
National Medical Association
Toronto, Canada
 
7/10/13
FCC Inmate Calling Workshop
Washington, DC
 
 
6/6/13
M-Enabling Summit
Arlington, VA
 
5/21/13
CTIA 2013
Las Vegas, NV
 
4/9/13
2013 WTA Spring Meeting
San Antonio, TX
 
3/15/13
Consumer Federation of America
Consumer Assembly 2013: Challenges and Opportunities
Washington, DC
 
2/5/13
FCC Field Hearing on Superstorm Sandy
New York City, NY
 

2012 Speeches

 
 
10/16/12
"Mobile Broadband Spectrum Policy"
4G Americas' Technology Briefing
Reagan International Trade Center
Washington, DC
 
9/27/12
Networking the Green Economy
Georgia Green Economy Summit
Atlanta, GA
 
 
4/20/12
2012 Annual Civil Rights and Human Rights Conference
Benjamin L. Hooks Institute for Social Change
University of Memphis, TN
 
 
 
3/12/12
"The Santa Fe Conference"
Current Issues 2012
Washington, DC
 
3/8/12
FCBA Spring Luncheon
Washington, DC
 
 
1/18/12
OPASTCO 49th Annual Winter Convention
Orlando, Florida
 

2011 Speeches

 
 
9/21/11
NATOA
San Francisco, CA
 
6/29/11
National Rural Assembly
St. Paul, MN
 
4/20/11
Internet2 Spring Member Meeting
Arlington, VA
 
4/14/11
"Women in Public Safety Communications Leadership Conference"
The Association of Public Safety Communications Officials International
Orlando, FL
 
 
 
 
2/9/11
LULAC Legislative Conference
Washington, DC
 

2010 Speeches

 
 
10/1/10
Promoting Broadband Policies to Improve our Nation
Telecommunications Policy Research Conference
George Mason University Law School
Arlington, VA
 
 
9/14/10
24th Annual NAMIC Conference
3D: Diversity, Digital, Demographics
New York, NY
 
 
6/26/10
American Library Association
Washington, DC
 
6/14/10
Wireless Spectrum Needs: What is the Best Way to Serve All of the American People?
Rainbow PUSH Coalition 39th Annual Convention
Chicago, Il
 
6/10/10
Key Initiatives for the Future of Community Broadcasters
35th Annual Community Radio Conference
St. Paul, MN
 
6/8/10
Mid-America Regulatory Conference
Kansas City, MO
 
 
 
 
4/27/10
SEATOA's 9th Annual Conference
Asheville, NC
 
3/9/10
A National Digital Literacy Corps to Meet the Adoption Challenge
Digital Inclusion Summit
The Newseum
Washington, DC
 
1/25/10
OPASTCO Winter Meeting
San Diego, CA
 
1/22/10
MMTC Broadband and Social Justice Summit
John H. Johnson School of Communications, Howard University
Washington, DC
 

2009 Speeches

 
9/21/09
"Broadband Adoption: Traveling the Consumer's Last Mile"
The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
Washington, DC
 
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