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Broadband Planning: Tools for Community Engagement Part 1 – Surveys and Conversations


This August 21, 2023 Lunch-n-Learn session explored when to use surveys and conversations as part of your data collection. The webinar included survey templates from Iowa and Dane counties, as well as a tips and best practices.

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Our Presenters

Session 3: August 21

Barry Hottmann is a Community Development Educator based in Iowa County. He works on designing and conducting educational programs that engage community leaders and citizens with new perspectives, skills, research-based information, and strategies for community betterment.  Barry has advanced numerous programs that have focused on conservation stewardship, water quality, renewable energy, broadband, leadership, recognizing and valuing differences, and strategic planning & thinking. 

Sharon Lezberg has been the Community Development Educator in Dane County since 2014. Over the years, she has worked with local government and community organizations to address issues of climate change, broadband, affordable housing, economic development, food entrepreneurship, and strategic planning.

Sharon assists the Dane County Broadband Task Force with survey coordination, meeting planning, and communications. The work of this committee has helped build the case for the County to dedicate resources towards an engineering study and for a Broadband Coordinator.

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