About World Token Issuing Alliance
World Token Issuing Alliance (WTIA) provides advisory and capital market solutions. It serves as a platform for the development of blockchain-based projects. Its projects include sovereign-level association programs, utility-token-driven business models for listed companies, tokenized infrastructure securities, high-technology applications, and more. It caters to the government and large corporations. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Singapore.
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Sep 7, 2022
News provided by Share this article Fukai's 20-Plus Years of Experience to Guide WTIA Member Companies Through Dynamic Policy Landscape SEATTLE, Sept. 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA), a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering a robust, equity-centered technology sector that empowers thriving communities, today announced the appointment of Kelly Fukai as the Vice President of Government and Community Affairs. A seasoned professional with more than 20 years of experience, Fukai is the member trade organization's leading subject matter expert on policy formation and will oversee all aspects of government and community affairs. Fukai's priorities include legislative advocacy, electoral politics and regulatory issues. Her team will facilitate policy coordination among the US Blockchain Coalition sponsored by WTIA as well as continuing the integration of the recent sea.citi acquisition to bolster WTIA community affairs programs. "Kelly has a history of learning complex policy topics and also brings a rich background in community outreach," said Michael Schutzler, WTIA CEO. "Her experience and skills will clearly strengthen our position as a partner in advocacy work, and she embodies our core values of diversity, entrepreneurial spirit, servant leadership and radical transparency. We are lucky to have her join our team." Fukai most recently served as the Manager of Public and External Affairs at the Spokane International Airport. As the representative of the airport, she managed relationships with local, regional, state and federal policymakers, government entities, trade organizations and other community organizations. Her impressive career in the private sector includes more than four years at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories and more than 16 years at the energy company Avista. She has a history of volunteer and community work that includes the Washington State Transportation Commission, Washington State University Spokane Advisory Board, College Success Foundation, MultiCare Inland Northwest Foundation, Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, Tree of Sharing, Spokane County United Way and Meals on Wheels. "Joining WTIA presents a unique opportunity to drive diversity, equity and inclusion forward in the technology sector while guiding the industry's public policy engagement," said Fukai. "Working with our member organizations, government officials, and community leaders to advocate and promote good public policy which reflects the needs of the industry and the community at large will ensure our state remains the leader in technology innovation." About WTIA Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) is a consortium that includes a not-for-profit member trade association, a not-for-profit tech apprenticeship intermediary (Apprenti), and a for profit corporation providing business services (HRBI). The organization's mission is to foster a robust, equity-centered technology sector that empowers thriving communities. We recruit technology companies and allies that view diversity as a competitive advantage, value collaboration as essential to sustainable growth, and fully embrace the opportunity to partner with and empower the communities in which we operate. SOURCE Washington Technology Industry Association ×
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