Several Technology Directors/Coordinators and ALET members attended a Black Belt Digital Equity & Inclusion Coalition, hosted by GetWiredAlabama and The Elmore Bolling Initiative. The mission is to advance digital equity and inclusion for the South Central Alabama Black Belt Region. The Elmore Bolling Initiative is the lead agency convening regional stakeholders to launch the Blackbelt Digital Equity Inclusion Coalition (BDEIC) and Technology Centers across the South-Central Alabama Region, which is designed to service 17 Black Belt Counties.
From Left to Right:
Dr. Melvin Lowe, Director of Career Tech- Macon County Schools
Ms. Rebecca Coleman: Technology Coordinator: Greene County Schools
Mrs. Josephine Bolling McCall- President, The Elmore Bolling Initiative
Dr. Benitha D. Mathews, Director of Technology -Lowndes County Public Schools
Ms. Toni Patterson- Director of Technology - Montgomery County Public Schools
Not Pictured: Mr. Rick Cortright, Technology Coordinator, Dallas County Schools