In August 2022, Lindsay Miller was named the President of Consulting for Lit Communities. In this role, Miller will continue her focus on helping governments and their stakeholders build public-private partnerships to create and expand broadband networks across the country. Prior to joining the Lit Communities team, Lindsay Miller served as an Ice Miller partner and vice chair of the Firm’s Government Law Group. With nearly fifteen years of experience in technology initiatives, Lindsay has a reputation in the broadband and telecommunications arena of being a strong advocate with a successful track record in building relationships with public and private sector stakeholders. Lindsay regularly advises municipalities on how to utilize Public-Private Partnerships for fiber and wireless expansion in order to build smarter cities and leverage the Internet of Things (IoT). This includes providing guidance and counseling to multi-sector leaders as they seek to develop and finance Smart City infrastructure, and implement policies to enable developing technologies, such as connected/ autonomous vehicles (CAVs). Lindsay has also served as the Executive Director for Connect Ohio, a nonprofit organization focused on facilitating broadband access, adoption, and use throughout the state of Ohio. Lindsay led Connect Ohio’s involvement in state technology initiatives and community broadband planning. Lindsay’s previous experience also includes working as Counsel for Broadband Research and Planning for a national nonprofit organization, Connected Nation. In this role, Lindsay prepared regulatory filings before state and federal agencies and formulated policy recommendations regarding broadband expansion. Lindsay also formerly worked in the Office of Chairman Julius Genachowski at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Lindsay participated on an internal FCC task team that developed a national computer and internet program for low-income Americans, and created orders for pending appeals through the FCC’s Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund (“E-rate”). Lindsay served as an AmeriCorps VISTA member with One Economy Corporation from 2007-2008, during which time she oversaw a program to provide affordable internet and computer access to low-income Ohio families. In 2007, Lindsay received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Kentucky, summa cum laude. She received her Juris Doctorate and Master of Arts in Public Policy and Management from The Ohio State University in 2013.