CTAB (Community Technology Advisory Board) welcomes Iga Fikayo Keme as its newest member filling the Get Engaged position.
Iga is enthusiastic about serving on the Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB). She understands that due to the constantly changing technology landscape, technology legislation is bringing significant changes to how our society operates. She is eager to use her business development skills and expanding knowledge in technology law to be of service to the City of Seattle. Iga is an attorney specializing in contracts and business transactions, but is shifting her focus to a career in technology and innovation. In growing her knowledge of this field, she has had the opportunity to assist with Seattle’s Annual Technology Law Conference, as well as Seattle’s Annual Cybersecurity Conference.
Iga grew up in a diverse community in Southern California where civic engagement was highly encouraged. She currently volunteers with a community organization that assist low-income residents with housing issues, and is a mentor to at-risk youth living in South Seattle. She previously worked and volunteered for a variety of organizations including GoodWill GoodGuides, America Reads America Counts, and the National Education Association. Iga received her Bachelor of Art’s degree in Political Science and Cultural Anthropology from the University of California, Santa Barbara (2008), and her Juris Doctor from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2014).