Larra Clark is a program director in the American Library Association Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP). Her responsibilities include overall management of OITP’s telecommunications portfolio, strategic communications and research, and day-to-day management of projects in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Previously Larra served as the project manager in the ALA Office for Research & Statistics, where she coordinated the Public Library Funding & Technology Access Study, conducted qualitative research and managed editorial and communications activities. Larra began her career with libraries as the ALA manager of media relations, following more than a decade of experience in non-profit public affairs, government relations, media relations and print journalism.
ITIF gathers a panel of experts to discuss John Horrigan's recent work on digital readiness and broadband adoption.