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Kari Sinoff

Project Manager, Gold Country Broadband Consortium

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Phone: 530.582.4800

Kari grew up in the Bay Area and is a longtime Sierra resident. She brings a background in both liberal arts and accounting and has been an instrumental contributor to multiple Truckee-Tahoe businesses. Her project management and booking experience in the film and construction industries are a great compliment to her keen eye for detail. Kari also brings deft office management skills and is a great resource for the growing number of small businesses that make up the economic footprint of the Sierra. Kari is deeply involved in the local community through several education advisory roles and has sat on the board of the Mount Shasta Education Foundation. 

Kari is an avid trial runner, mountain biker, and Nordic skier, and has explored the Sierra backcountry extensively. She and her family make their home in the Truckee area and spend as much time as possible outside enjoying everything the Sierra has to offer.

Blogs by Kari Sinoff

Get Connected California

Get Connected! California Gold Country Broadband Consortium Announcement August and September are the Get Connected! California months. SBC, in partnership with Gold

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New Opportunities to Bring Last Mile Broadband to the Sierra

I have seen a tremendous amount of innovation, support, and capacity across all cities and counties as each one responds to the COVID pandemic and prioritizes broadband connectivity and affordability on behalf of their residents, businesses, and anchor institutions. There are several opportunities in 2021 to keep an eye on as we work together to bridge the digital divide. Here’s what’s going on at the county, regional, state, and federal levels. 

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The Digital Divide – Bringing Broadband to Rural Sierra

Issues of inequity frequently hit our most vulnerable populations the hardest. We have witnessed this daily through the effects of climate change, racism, and mortality rates from COVID. Similarly, lack of access to broadband can disproportionately affect economically disadvantaged communities.