"It is 2020 and I was overjoyed when Sadaf Haq informed me that she would be running for a seat on Frisco’s City Council. I am looking forward to supporting her candidacy. Sadaf has stepped up to serve the city, and continues to do so, in various capacities as a resident of Frisco. I am always honored with the opportunity to support an astute, inspiring, intelligent, and compassionate woman who has the qualifications to serve in leadership roles within the City of Frisco. I am all in and fully support Sadaf’s run for City Council."
~ Keith Britton
President and Founder of ICONIC Consulting Group, Inc.
Program Manager for Frisco Chapter of Young Entrepreneurs Academy, YEA!, a business-based program committed to exposing students to the basics of entrepreneurship
Board of Directors for Mindbender Academy, a STEM-based summer program (10 years)
Board Member, University of Arkansas Black Alumni Society
Board Member, City House
Board Member, Dallas Black Chamber
Board Member, Texas Health Community Impact Leadership Council
Board Member, Dallas Council of Engineering Consultants Public Relations
Winner, 2011 Presidents Award Frisco Chamber of Commerce; 2015 Texas Legislative Black Caucus Outstanding Texan Award; University of Arkansas 2016 Early Career Award; 2017 Dallas Black Chamber Quest for Success Award; National Society of Black Engineers Dallas Chapter: 2018 Hidden Figure of Dallas: Top STEM Influencer recognition
2018 Inductee into the Arkansas Academy of Civil Engineers
Graduate, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business program and the Small Business Administration Emerging Leaders program
Keith Britton is well-known for many things, including his support of increased representation, and supporting STEM education and youth leadership. But maybe the most unique is Keith's courage of his convictions and his willingness to speak uncomfortable truths. This means that people who don't like being made uncomfortable, sometimes feel like they should just ignore these truths. But it is that kind of refusal to acknowledge hard truths, and collaborate to address them, that have created so much social unrest in America, for so long. A city like Frisco, in order to continue on its path to becoming a global city of excellence, needs residents who aren't afraid of what the late and great Congressman John Lewis called "good trouble." Keith's commitment to honesty, integrity, and hard work set him apart, and his endorsement is a great honor to me.