As Voqal moves to a mostly remote work environment, it made the change to an all-digital annual report in recognition of the fact that many workplaces are embracing this new way to work.
Voqal hires former director of grantmaking and fellowship programs, Brenda Sears, to serve as Voqal CEO.
Rules passed by the FCC eliminating the educational requirement for Educational Broadband Service (EBS) go into effect, essentially eliminating the educational benefits of the 2.5 GHz spectrum band.
Voqal embarks on its first-ever strategic plan focused on four key areas: equitable and unrestricted access to information, political power for those who have traditionally had power used against them, an excellent and equitable system of public education, and enhancing Voqal capabilities.
Voqal launches internal Diversity, Equity and Inclusiuon (DEI) program aimed at better aligning external and internal values.
Voqal launches a campaign aimed at maintaining the educational purpose of Educational Broadband Service (EBS) spectrum.
Voqal supports seven successful ballot iniatives aimed at creating a more engaged and empowered public.
The FCC issues a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) aimed at dramatically transforming the EBS band.
In an effort to better focus its work to address the opportunity gap, Voqal begins the Education Opportunity Project.
Voqal partners with the Rockwood Leadership Institute to launch the Voqal Techquity Fellowship in an effort to create a more equitable tech sector