Tonya Riley

Research Associate, Future Tense

Tonya Riley is a research associate for Future Tense. Prior to joining Future Tense she worked as a freelance technology reporter with a strong interest in artificial intelligence and internet culture. Her work has appeared online in publications including Fast Company, CNBC, Inverse, MEL magazine and Rolling Stone.

She is also a co-director of the Princeton University Summer Journalism Program, a nonprofit organization that teaches low-income high school juniors from across the about journalism and assists them with college admissions. She graduated from Brown University with a bachelor's degree in history. 

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Rural Broadband Shouldn't Come at the Expense of Being Affordable and Effective

The FCC is stumbling to champion policies that would enable broadband expansion to succeed once it's been built.