Kay V. Morokuni, Sasebo City Hall, Nagasaki, Japan | Code for Sasebo
Bringing Innovation to Government in Sasebo, Nagasaki (Japan)
Day 3: Friday, November 4, 2022, 10:00 AM PDT
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Kay V. Morokuni
Sasebo City Hall, Nagasaki, Japan | Code for Sasebo
Kay Morokuni is an electrical engineer by profession who has been working at the Sasebo City Hall since 2012. His specialty is high voltage and smart grid systems. He worked mainly in power generation, control systems, and information systems.
Information technology is a skill he acquired as a hobby, and now his work in city hall includes being the GIS system administrator, promoting open data and data utilization, and defining requirements for CityOS (Fiware) utilization with Nagasaki Prefecture.
Kay was born in the US, and lived in Nashville for a while, but circumstances led to his family moving to his father's hometown in Japan, Sesebo city, where they live to this day. His favorite sport is Judo.
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