Mitch Shapiro worked with Quello colleagues on a study of wireless strategies for last mile access to broadband networks. Mitch has been a consultant with the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, on national broadband access and competitive policy issues, and with broadband mapping projects in Kentucky and Louisiana. He has also worked with Strategic Networks Group and Pulse Broadband; Pike & Fischer, a unit of the Bureau of National Affairs (now Bloomberg BNA); Pangrac & Associates, Probe Reseach and Paul Kagan Associates. Mitch co-founded the IP & Democracy blog and more recently launched the Evolving Human Systems blog, where he has discussed broadband policy and economics, among other things. He received his B.A. in Economics from the University of Michigan and an M.A. in Telecommunications from Michigan State University.