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Date: August 3, 2015
The Connector Magazine

“Lael Echo-Hawk grew up in the 1970s and ‘80s in a small Alaskan village that she said finally received cell phone service around 2009. But even that connection is tenuous. ‘If someone pushes the wrong button or pulls the plug, you’re out [of service] for a week,’ she said. That experience, and working for more than half a dozen years for the Tulalip Tribes in northwestern Washington – one of the more tech-savvy reservations in a state known for its high-tech industries – has convinced her of the importance of being connected, for education, as well as the chance for entrepreneurs to start successful businesses."

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