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Susan Corbett

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Susan Corbett

 

Susan Corbett is the owner and CEO of Axiom Technologies, a telecommunications and information technology company headquartered in Machias, Maine that has been creating and developing solutions for rural broadband deployment since 2005. Axiom has brought high-speed Internet service to Washington County with over 90 Access Points, creating an umbrella of coverage over 2,500 square miles.

 

Ms. Corbett has been a public speaker throughout Maine and the United States advocating for rural broadband and is dedicated to the mission of bringing broadband to every resident and business. Ms. Corbett is a 2010 MaineBiz “Women to Watch” awardee, was recognized by Bangor Daily News as “1 of 11 People to Watch in 2011” and received the 2011 WIPP AT&T Technology Innovator of the Year award.

 

Axiom Technologies has received the 2010 Maine Development Foundation “Champion of Economic Development Award”; in 2010 was the Recipient of a Senate Congressional Record and in 2011 received Coastal Enterprises, Inc. “Founders Award” and Machias Bay Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2011 and 2014 “Business of the Year” award. Axiom was awarded a $1.4 million BTOP grant award from the U.S. Dept. of Commerce in September 2010 for the “Washington County Education and Employment through Sustainable Broadband Adoption” Project that provided educational and employment opportunities for farmers, fishermen and nursing. Axiom, in collaboration with Sunrise County Economic Council, received funding from the John T. Gorman Foundation to provide free computer skills classes to the residents of Washington County in 2013 and 2014 and to date has provided training to over 1,200 adult learners.

 

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