Kelly Dubbert is the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s first vice president and chief operating officer. He is responsible for the Bank's operations, with local oversight of several responsibility areas, including Information Technology and Customer Support, Treasury Services, Financial Services, Payment Strategies, and Administrative Services. He serves on the Bank's Management Committee, which is responsible for strategic planning and policy direction. He is currently a member of the System’s Information Technology Oversight Committee and serves in several other System and Treasury executive oversight roles.
Earlier this year, Dubbert announced he would retire at the end of February 2024.
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. Before being named to his current position in January 2012, he served as branch manager of the Bank's Oklahoma City office from 1996 to 2001 and as the Bank's chief information officer (CIO) from 2006 to 2011. He has previously served as chair of the System’s Conference of First Vice Presidents and the Technology Services Council. He currently serves on several Kansas City area non-profit organization boards and councils.
Mr. Dubbert is a native of Cawker City, Kansas, and holds a Bachelor of Science in finance from Kansas State University. He graduated from the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin and the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard University School of Business.