Broadband Stakeholder Roundtable Survey (Responses)
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TimestampDid You
Overall was participation in the Roundtable worth your time?
What were your key take aways from the event
What could we have done better?
Did you [Learn Something New]
Did you [Make New Connections]
Did you [Reconnect with Colleagues]
Did you [Explore Partnership Opportunities]
Did you [Enjoy The Presentations]
Did you [Benefit from The Networking]
Did you [Get a copy of Tom Wheeler's Book]
Did you [Stay for the reception]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Tom Wheeler Video: Former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Broadband Legislation Update: John Windhausen, Executive Director of SHLB, Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband (SHLB) Coalition]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Jeff Sobotka, State Broadband Director]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Karen Ziegler, Project Manager, AZ FirstNet First Responder Network, and Arizona 911,  State of Arizona ​Department of Administration]
How useful were these presentations for you? [John Lucas, Project Director, SACCNet, State of Arizona Counties Communication Network]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Michael Sherman, Executive Director, Sun Corridor Research and Education Network]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Mala Muralidaharan, Arizona Broadband for Education Initiative, Erate Administrator for Public Libraries, AZ State Library Archives and Public Records]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Josh Chisom, Education Superhighway, E-rate Specialist Program Manager]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Ignite: Mark Goldstein, President, International Research Center - Emerging Broadband Capabilities & Apps]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Nicole Umayam, Digital Inclusion Librarian, Arizona State Library Archives and Public Records, - Broadband applications and issues within public libraries]
Questions/Comments
Will you take a minute to share thoughts about your interests and involvement in the Stakeholder Network in the future?
Overall was participation in the Roundtable worth your time?
How was the quality of the audio & video?
What were your key take aways from the event
What could we have done better?
How useful were these presentations for you? [Tom Wheeler Video: Former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Broadband Legislation Update: John Windhausen, Executive Director of SHLB, Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband (SHLB) Coalition]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Jeff Sobotka, State Broadband Director]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Karen Ziegler, Project Manager, AZ FirstNet First Responder Network, and Arizona 911,  State of Arizona ​Department of Administration]
How useful were these presentations for you? [John Lucas, Project Director, SACCNet, State of Arizona Counties Communication Network]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Michael Sherman, Executive Director, Sun Corridor Research and Education Network]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Mala Muralidaharan, Arizona Broadband for Education Initiative, Erate Administrator for Public Libraries, AZ State Library Archives and Public Records]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Josh Chisom, Education Superhighway, E-rate Specialist Program Manager]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Ignite: Mark Goldstein, President, International Research Center - Emerging Broadband Capabilities & Apps]
How useful were these presentations for you? [Nicole Umayam, Digital Inclusion Librarian, Arizona State Library Archives and Public Records, - Broadband applications and issues within public libraries]
Questions/Comments
Will you take a minute to share thoughts about your interests and involvement in the Stakeholder Network in the future?
Would you be interested in participating in the Broadband Network and future Roundtables and events
What are some future topics that you would like to explore?
Would you be interested in presenting at future events?
If you present, what would you talk about?
What are your Broadband challenges and how can the Network and Roundtables help you?
Will you take a minute to share thoughts about your interests and involvement in the future?
Help plan future events?
First NameLast NameOrganizationTitleEmailPhone NumberMobileQuestions/Comments
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6/13/2019 14:23:47Attend In Person10
Very robust programing, both the well rounded range of topics and varied engagement styles (Vendor Information Kiosks, Keynote Speaker, Video & Live presentations and the 5-min styles sessions) made it very interesting and engaging as an attendee.
Multimedia Technology Engineer to ensure transition formats operate smoothly (e.g. audio and video effectiveness seamless between live and video audience.
YesYesYesKindaYesYesYesYesVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery Useful
Time Well Spent! Great Job!
YesYes
Lessons Learned implementing broadband expansion, from the community members, teachers/schools, patients/Dr/tel-med services, SMB's, and other organizations involved or impacted in the planning, funding, development and implementation of broadband at scale across a region.
NoNot sure at the moment.N/A at the moment.YesBillLombardiPowerSphyr, Inc.
Chief Information Officer, AI and Advanced Analytics
bill.lombardi@yahoo.com
4088211317
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6/17/2019 9:48:33
Not Attend But Want to Provide Input
Yes
Extent and potential buildout of Broadband into Arizona rural communities. Funding availability in the future?
No
Extensive costs for broadband into rural Arizona in the future. Also, how will this process move forward and what will be needed by small cities in the future to obtain broadband off of I-17?
YesYesRichardFaustCity of CottonwoodEconomic Development Director
rfaust@cottonwoodaz.gov
928-340-27419283003418
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6/17/2019 9:49:31Attend In PersonYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulNoAndrewKochITConnect, IncBusiness Development Exec
akoch@itconnectinc.com
505-428-2828
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6/17/2019 10:01:53Attend In Person8
Lots of activity in terms of broadband deployment, but there also needs to be discussion of broadband adoption.
This felt like a full conference crammed into only a few short hours. Preference would be to have this be an all day event to avoid being rushed. Ignite sessions should be earlier in the session instead of at the very end. More time for networking.
YesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulYesYes
Community municipal networks, digital literacy skills training, open source/low cost solutions for community anchor institutions, partnerships, Arizona legislation and policies regarding broadband
Yes
Partnerships between public libraries and computer refurbishers (AZ StRUT) to start laptop lending programs
Small and rural libraries do not have the broadband capacity to meet the growing needs of users. The network can help to promote the value of libraries as community anchors and their role in driving adoption. The network can also help with figuring out how to improve the physical infrastructure in rural areas.
NoNicoleUmayam
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
Digital Inclusion Librarian
numayam@azlibrary.gov
6025426271
Thank you so much for all of the hard work! In-person meetings are invaluable for knowledge-sharing and networking.
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6/17/2019 10:07:27Attend By Webinar11NonwJust about everythingNot Very UsefulNot Very UsefulNot Very UsefulDidn't hearDidn't hearDidn't hearDidn't hearDidn't hearDidn't hearDidn't hearYesYesNoNoWhyWhyWhyWhyWhy@why.comwhywhy
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6/17/2019 10:07:39Attend In Person4
Most benefit was from meeting the individuals in attendance.
the moderator needs to prepare for the conference. a lot of wasted time because the moderator was totally unprepared and couldn't operate the equipment. very disappointed that the panels were unable to take questions because so much time was wasted.
KindaYesYesKindaNoYesYesYesNot Very UsefulVery UsefulNot Very UsefulNot Very UsefulNot Very UsefulNot Very UsefulNot Very UsefulNot Very UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulNoErnestNicelyNicely Done ConsultingProject Manager
ej@nicelydoneconsulting.com
623-780-5737
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6/17/2019 16:49:32Attend In Person8
I didn't realize there were so many players in this game. We need to get everybody working in the same direction.
Stay on schedule and make sure the online experience goes well. I realize things go haywire, but those are the items that can turn people away.
YesKindaYesKindaYesKindaYesYesVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery Useful
Given that rural Arizona seems to need most of the work, maybe meetings of this nature can happen in other parts of the state.
YesYes
Updates on existing topics. Dive into areas where we have experienced success in the state and try to duplicate those efforts.
Yes
I have had involvement in the Yavapai County internet project. I'd be willing to speak with other members of that project if need be.
I believe my school district if fine for the moment, but there have to be other schools out there that still don't have enough bandwidth.
NoLarryFullmerChino Valley USDIT Director
lfullmer@chinovalleyschools.com
9285835426928-710-8242
I like where this group is going. I hope it doesn't lose its momentum.
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6/17/2019 10:45:07Attend In PersonYesYesKindaYesYesYesYesNoYesYesYesYesJaySchlumATICChairmanJay@ArizonaLiving.com60230178556023017855
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6/17/2019 11:17:39Attend In Person8YesYesYesKindaKindaYesYesYesNot Very UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulNoBobbyBurrowSimply BitsDirector of Engineeringbrburrow@gmail.com520-545-72899723521395
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6/19/2019 14:15:27Attend In Person6
contacts from the state and local market.
AudioYesYesYesKindaYesKindaYesNoVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulYesYesYes
Utilizing Erate to bring alternative fiber connections into rural communities.
Finding underserved areas that need services at competitive pricing.
YesGrahamTaylorFatbeamSenior Account Executivegraham@fatbeam.com208-758-7002208-889-2436
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6/19/2019 14:55:49Attend In Person8
Still a lot of work to be done to penetrate broadband in rural areas!
A/V issuesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesNoVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulGood roundtable!YesYes
Rural broadband and education
Yes
Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS Program Rural and Distance Education
Sufficient broadband in rural areas to support online classrooms.
YesDanStormont
Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS Program
Arizona Regional Managerdan@tealsk12.org(520) 415-6206
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6/19/2019 15:30:29Attend In Person8
There are efforts being made to expand broadband options
I would have liked to know the players in the room better. Perhaps the food / mingle part could have happened at the front end for more social interactions. The vibe was very formal business like in the beginning.
KindaKindaYesNoYesKindaYesNoVery UsefulVery UsefulVery Useful
I think the Presentations Scale above needs more rating options. I don't remember many of them now. I think choosing "Not useful is too harsh" Everything was beneficial to some degree. There were possibly too many speakers.
YesYes
Most children have broadband access at schools. What about home? How can we move STEM learning forward with more access. How can we teach the next generations information, security and management of broadband?
Yes
STEM Education. Expand technical awareness and computer science topics to next generations. Current educational models are not sustaining technical education inclusive of broadband awareness and veritable options.
Cox. But you can't really help there. Or can you? (Hysterical emoji)
YesDebbieKovesdyGenTechCEO
debbie@gentechsupport.com
602-571-1014602-571-1014Kudos to the great work Melissa and everyone is doing.
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6/20/2019 19:56:05Attend In Person10
You did a great job. As with all events, technical difficulties are hard to prevent.
YesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulYesYesNoNoMelissaArmasAZ Blockchain InitiativeCo-founder
melissa@azblockchain.org
4808454020Thank you!
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6/27/2019 11:03:28Attend In PersonYesYesYesKindaYesYesYesYesVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulNot Very UsefulVery UsefulNot Very UsefulVery UsefulVery UsefulNot Very UsefulNoEricRaucciZayoAccount Directoreric.raucci@zayo.com815-575-4428
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