Erroll Reese, president of Durham-based EasyWeb Inc. (EWI), an information technology solutions-and-training firm, was elected president of the CTCNet Board of Directors to lead the national community-technology movement.
Thirteen Triangle area people attended the 10th National Community Technology Centers' Network
(CTCnet) conference, June 14-17 in San Diego, CA.
was one of the leaders of the workshop, "Leadership: Do You Have What It Takes?
drawing on his
N.C. successes with community organizing.
Bob Sams, Erroll Reese
, Terry Grunwald, and Judy Hallman have participated in, and followed the activities of, the Rural Internet Access Authority.
Jerry Winegarden (Senior Analyst, Duke University OIT/Technical Support, with fifteen years experience with Duke University's Help Desk) and Gena Harrington (Americorps*VISTA), with assistance from Erroll Reese
, Bob Sams, Judy Hallman and others, have developed plans for a model Help Desk support service for Triangle area community technology centers and schools that are members of RTPnet
with the goal of expanding the service state wide.