Kelly J. Dubbert is first vice president and chief operating officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. He is responsible for the Bank's operations and budget administration and also has direct oversight of several areas in the Bank, including Information Technology, Treasury Services, Financial Services, Retail Payments Technology Services, Administrative Services and Legal. He is also a member of the Kansas City Bank's Management Committee, which is responsible for strategic planning and policy direction.
Before being named to his current position in January 2012, Mr. Dubbert was senior vice president and chief information officer (CIO) over the Bank's Information Technology Division. In this role, which he assumed in 2006, he had management oversight for the Bank's central information technology functions, including the delivery of various local and Federal Reserve System IT services.
Mr. Dubbert joined the Bank in 1986 and was appointed to the official staff in 1993. He has held various leadership positions in administrative, operations and information technology areas during his career. He also served as branch manager of the Bank's Oklahoma City Branch from 1996 to 2001. Mr. Dubbert has participated in numerous Federal Reserve System information technology leadership groups. He has served as co-chair of the Technology Services Council, a group representing all Reserve Bank and national business line CIOs. He has also served as a liaison member to the Business Technology Council, which represents leadership of the national business lines that use IT services, and the Information Technology Oversight Committee, which has governance oversight for all national IT services. In addition, he has participated in a Financial Services Volunteer Council outreach program to the central bank of Morocco.
Mr. Dubbert is a native of Cawker City, Kan., and holds a B.S.B.A. in finance from Kansas State University. He is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin and the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard University School of Business.