Lindsay Miller to Discuss ‘5G’ Technology on Upcoming Net Inclusion 2017 Panel

April 20, 2017

Lindsay Miller to Discuss ‘5G’ Technology on Upcoming Net Inclusion 2017 Panel

Ice Miller attorney Lindsay Miller will be a panel speaker at the discussion, “‘5G is coming!’ What's telecom's next big thing, and why should we care?” during the National Digital Inclusion Alliance’s (NDIA’s) Net Inclusion 2017 conference from May 16-17 in Saint Paul, Minn.

Lindsay joins speakers Joanne Hovis of CTC Technology & Energy and Anne Schwieger of the City of Boston Department of Innovation and Technology and moderator Madonna Peltier Yawakie of Turtle Island Communications to explore what is next in telecom and what this could mean for the Internet of Things.

NDIA promotes digital literacy and broadband access for underserved residents. It works to take policy positions and promote government initiatives to address digital inequality. The NDIA’s Net Inclusion conference brings together participants, including internet service providers, policymakers, community leaders and academics, to share digital inclusion best practices and strategies.

Lindsay is an attorney with the Public Affairs and Government Law Group. She is also involved with the Internet of Things Industry Group. She is an advocate for the broadband and technology arena. Before joining Ice Miller’s Columbus office, Lindsay served as the Executive Director for Connect Ohio, a nonprofit organization focused on facilitating broadband access, adoption and use throughout the state of Ohio. She also worked as Counsel for Broadband Research and Planning for a national nonprofit organization, Connected Nation, and in the Office of Chairman Julius Genachowski at the Federal Communications Commission.

In 2007, Lindsay received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Kentucky, summa cum laude. She received her Juris Doctorate and Master of Arts in public policy and management from The Ohio State University in 2013.

Click here to learn more about Ice Miller’s Internet of Things Industry Group.

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