Edyael Casaperalta

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    Edyael Casaperalta

    Edyael Casaperalta is an attorney who has supported indigenous and underrepresented communities in telecommunications matters. Prior to joining USDA, she served as ACI Project Manager for AMERIND, the only 100-percent Tribally owned insurance provider in the United States, where she supported the company’s efforts to bring high-speed broadband to Tribal Nations, businesses, and communities. She was a fellow in the American Indian Law Program at the University of Colorado Law School. Casaperalta also served for more than seven years with the Center for Rural Strategies as a Research and Program Associate and author with the Daily Yonder, an online news service dedicated to rural issues. She received a bachelor’s degree from Occidental College, a master’s from Ohio University, and a juris doctor from the University of Colorado Law School. She is from Elsa, Texas.
    Edyael Casaperalta is an attorney who has supported indigenous and underrepresented communities in telecommunications matters.
    2021-07-02
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    2021-07-02

Senior Advisor, Rural Utilities Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture

Edyael Casaperalta is an attorney who has supported indigenous and underrepresented communities in telecommunications matters. Prior to joining USDA, she served as ACI Project Manager for AMERIND, the only 100-percent Tribally owned insurance provider in the United States, where she supported the company’s efforts to bring high-speed broadband to Tribal Nations, businesses, and communities. She was a fellow in the American Indian Law Program at the University of Colorado Law School. Casaperalta also served for more than seven years with the Center for Rural Strategies as a Research and Program Associate and author with the Daily Yonder, an online news service dedicated to rural issues. She received a bachelor’s degree from Occidental College, a master’s from Ohio University, and a juris doctor from the University of Colorado Law School. She is from Elsa, Texas.