Forrest Senti

Director of Business and Government Initiatives

National Cybersecurity Center

As Director of Business and Government initiatives for the National Cybersecurity Center, Forrest Senti has most notably worked on piloting the use of blockchain in mobile voting in 4 states. He oversees the Secure the Vote program and Secure Smart Cities and is actively engaged as a thought leader in the role of blockchain in government and works with government and industry on ways to solve global Cybersecurity problems using new emerging technology. Additionally, he serves in a a variety of roles such as: Pikes Peak United Way Public Policy Council, the Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC Government Affairs council and Cybersecurity Coordinating Committee, an instructor for the Colorado Institute for Social Impact, and Exponential Impact. Most recently he won the Colorado Springs Young Mayors Leader Award in the category of Technology and Innovation for his work in elections.