uKnow Appoints Adrian Fenty to Advisory Board

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Former D.C. Mayor to Join Company’s Development of Parental Intelligence Tools That Empower Digital Parents

uKnow.com, Inc. the leading provider of parental intelligence systems, announced today that former Washington, D.C. mayor Adrian Fenty has joined the company’s advisory board.

The function of the advisory board is to provide uKnow’s management team with feedback, new ideas and assistance in shaping the technology platforms that will help build a more effective, thriving and ever-expanding business.

“Helping ensure child safety has always been one of my priorities and I am really excited about the way uKnow is working to make it easier to parent in a digital world,” Fenty said. “I am looking forward to sharing my experience working with a wide range of families in DC to contribute to uKnow’s success.”

Fenty was Mayor of Washington, D.C. from 2007 to 2011 and currently a member of Perkins Coie’s business development team. Since leaving mayoral office, Fenty has continued his commitment to innovative solutions and education reform through his work with a number of technology-based firms including EverFi and Andreessen Horowitz.

“Adrian Fenty is known for helping children obtain the skills necessary to succeed in life and brings so much knowledge and passion to the table,” said Steve Woda, CEO and co-founder of uKnow. “His outstanding track record with children is something that will truly help our team. He’s an invaluable liaison and strategic advisor, and a perfect fit for uKnow.”

About uKnow
uKnow's innovative digital family safety tools connect and protect digital families all over the world. Headquartered in Arlington, VA and founded in 2009, uKnow powers smart solutions including uKnowKids™, Family Sense™ from XFINITY®, SocialScout™ from Identity Theft 911® and others. For more information, visit http://www.uknow.com.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Callie Harris, uKnow.com
Tel: 703-348-5010 ext. 700
Email: charris(at)uknow(dot)com

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