Aneta serves as a champion for the cause of digital inclusion in every setting she finds herself in. She is a former two-time NTEN Digital Inclusion Fellow where she caught the digital inclusion “fever” and has been working to bring attention to this important cause ever since. After completing her term with the Fellowship, she began serving as the Program Manager for Connected Churches in partnership with Google, LLC. Aneta coordinated digital literacy programming in 22 churches and dozens of volunteers in six cities across the country.

Aneta continues to serve as a Digital Inclusion Specialist and independent contractor for the Rainbow PUSH Coalition – Silicon Valley for the Connected Churches initiative. Aneta is an Atlanta, GA native with family roots in New Orleans, LA. She enjoys traveling the country, public speaking, presenting and educating the public about digital inequity and inclusion as well as capacity building in her community.  Her legacy of love includes being an exceptional mother and mentor to her 21 year old son Isaiah and her 9 year old daughter Joya.


Minister Dallas Phinsee, III (  is an advocate for youth and passionate about bridging the digital divide.  He has spent years working closely with Year Up in closing the opportunity divide for young adults across america. Dallas has spent two years serving as a  leader within the youth ministry at his church and several years collaborating with youth ministries around the San Francisco Bay Area.

In 2020 Minister Dallas  began serving as the Digital Inclusion Specialist for the San Francisco/Silicon Valley  office for the Connected Churches initiative. Dallas is a native of San Francisco, CA  with family roots in Montgomery, AL.