Daniel Kent is founder and president of Net Literacy, an all-volunteer, student-run nonprofit that bridges the digital divide through its digital literacy and digital inclusion initiatives. Net Literacy has increased computer access to over 250,000 individuals by donating more than 34,000 computers, produced over 150 safety videos, and manages a website focusing on safety and net reputation. Net Literacy has been cited by the E.U.’s Commission on Digital Inclusion’s Report for best practices, highlighted by the FCC in the National Broadband Plan presented to Congress, endorsed by Internet associations representing 270,000 Internet companies on six continents, and honored by two American presidents. Kent has authored several whitepapers on digital inclusion, digital literacy, broadband adoption, and other technology issues. He is currently an MBA Candidate at the Yale School of Management.
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