CEO Phyllis Martin joined ElevatED4SC on March 17 to talk about how bridging the digital divide is key to building successful communities.
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Digital Inclusion Week kicked off with a press conference hosted by the City of Charleston Mayor. TCCC CEO Phyllis Martin was one of the speakers. Watch Video >>
Charleston, S.C.—Please join Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg,
Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative (TCCC) incoming Board Chair Kenya Dunn, TCCC Chief Executive Officer Phyllis Martin, National Society of Black Engineers Charleston Program Chair Edward Copes and Comcast Senior Manager of Government Affairs Ronald McGee for a press conference announcing plans for a Tri-County Digital Equity & Inclusion Initiative at 11 a.m., Friday, March 11, 2022 in the First Floor Public Meeting Room of the Gaillard Center, located at 2 George Street.
The goal is to ensure that all students and their families have adequate access to, and adoption of, digital technology.
Charleston, SC - March 11th Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative (TCCC), with the partnership of more than 40 organizations, will launch 2022 Lowcountry Digital Inclusion Week, in support of closing the digital divide for more than 38,000* households in Charleston, Dorchester and Berkeley Counties.