Keith Anderson Joins Team Zekiah

Zekiah Technologies, Inc. is pleased to welcome Keith Anderson to our software development team! Mr. Anderson has deep ties to our military starting out as a “Navy brat” who lived in two countries and six states by the time he graduated high school. Opting to go Army in the 90’s he is a combat veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom in the early 2000’s. He’s also a dedicated husband and father of four, with one kid again breaking party lines and currently serving in the Marine Corps.

Mr. Anderson professes not only a passion for Game Development and Design but also for teaching others how to design and develop games and simulations. When not creating simulations for Zekiah or a new game (he has previously developed and released fourteen!) he is playing them. He considers himself a hardcore gamer and is excited for the recent advances in Virtual Reality (VR) and the new dimension it brings to both work and play.

When asked about his experiences at Zekiah so far, he was kind to say, “On-boarding could have been complex and difficult, however the communication, professionalism and guidance made it super easy!” We are equally excited to have him with his supervisor, Eric Mahaffey stating, “Once again Zekiah is honored to have another veteran join our team. Keith brings a wealth of service acquired experience on top of his self-driven craving for more knowledge. In the past few years he has been learning the required skills for Unity 3D development. We’re excited that he’ll be able to use this knowledge in support of the Marine Air Defense Integrated System (MADIS) training simulator.”

Zekiah thanks Keith Anderson for his years of service in the United States Army and sends him a warm welcome aboard to our team!

Zekiah Technologies is a small business headquartered in La Plata, MD committed to exceeding the expectations of our clients through innovation and the ingenuity of our technical solutions in the fields of software development, systems engineering, geospatial technologies, and training.