The COVID-19 pandemic devastated communities throughout our region. This fact was especially true for tribal communities who were caught in the midst of statewide shutdowns with little to no internet access. Issues of education, healthcare and workforce became issues of human rights when inaccessibility impacted community members' lives so severely. In light of reopening communities, the response to the broadband crisis, by government and philanthropy, has been unprecedented. Tribal communities are now facing technological planning, strategy and sovereignty that will re-establish community development and leave an impact for generations to come. Philanthropy has a unique opportunity and responsibility to work in collaboration with tribal and Indigenous communities in new and innovative ways. Join us for this session to learn more about the role Philanthropy Northwest has been playing in this work and hear from Tribal leaders who are reimaging their futures and determining the role technology will play in their communities.