Kenya Dixon is currently a supervisory attorney and the Assistant Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection’s Department of Litigation Technology & Analysis at the Federal Trade Commission. While at the FTC, she led the team that migrated the FTC’s Litigation data into a FedRamp approved cloud environment. Prior to entering the e-Discovery & technology fields, Kenya practiced law as a litigator for Epstein Becker & Green and McDermott Will & Emery. After leaving firm practice, Kenya entered e-discovery as a Senior Project Manager at Lockheed Martin, supporting the Department of Justice. She later joined the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to participate in rolling out the first end-to-end Information Governance program in the Federal government.