At a time when expanding broadband connectivity has become a central priority for local officials, Corian Zacher’s portfolio is focused on local and state initiatives aimed at increasing access and adoption. Corian creates resources for our members, tracks state and local broadband policy initiatives, and collaborates with local leaders, identifying policy needs and expanding NCC’s educational tools.
Before coming to NCC, Zacher researched and worked on telecommunications policy issues, most recently as an intern at Common Cause. She is a graduate of the University of Colorado Law School, where Zacher studied telecommunications law and policy, and has a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Oklahoma State University. At Colorado, Zacher served as Editor-in-Chief of the Colorado Technology Law Journal, which published her student note, Paving the Road to Fiber.