Adam Drue King is a technologist and creative whose work focuses on digital access, equity, inclusion and innovation as means for community and economic development in northeastern Ohio and beyond.
Through his role as Director of Neighborhood Partnerships & Equity at DigitalC, Adam was able to help drive the mission of making Greater Cleveland’s digital future more equitable and help shepherd in a primary initiative delivering wireless internet to un- and underconnected communities in Cleveland.
Adam’s ongoing projects and areas of interest include: pursuing the activation of public spaces in nontraditional ways, continuing to help lower the bar for entry into the digital age with innovation and technology, bridging the digital divide, and advocating for and powering-with residents and neighborhoods throughout the region to ensure access to tools and resources they desire.
Adam serves on the Board of the following organizations: Cleveland Owns, Dunham Tavern Museum and the Cleveland Heritage Baseball Museum. He brings passion, commitment, and creativity to all of his efforts as he strives toward his vision of a more equitable, activated, and connected Northeast Ohio.