Tracy Kemp is senior vice president and chief information and digital officer for Allegion.
In this role, she is responsible for global information technology, information security, global data and analytics, as well as digital technology programs. A thought leader on Allegion’s digital transformation, Tracy leverages data and digital outcomes to solve business challenges and deliver innovative solutions.
Before Allegion became an independent company, Tracy was vice president and CIO for the Security Technologies and Residential Solutions sectors of Ingersoll Rand. During her five years there, Tracy additionally served as chair for the Ingersoll Rand Women’s Network and was a member of the company’s Progressive, Diverse and Inclusive Council.
Prior to joining Ingersoll Rand, Tracy worked for Eli Lilly and Company for 18 years, holding information technology leadership positions across enterprise infrastructure, human resources, toxicology and Lilly Research Laboratories. Additionally, she was a systems auditor and a Six Sigma black belt.
Today, Tracy regularly shares her IT expertise and opinions as a member of Forbes Technology Council. She’s also an active a member of the advisory board at Techpoint, an organization dedicated to making Indiana one of the great next-generation tech hubs. She’s been previously recognized in the community as the 2018 CTO of the Year (Public Company) by the Indianapolis Business Journal and was one of its 2014 Women of Influence. She also won a 2014 Leading Light Award from Women & Hi-Tech.
Tracy earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science and mathematics from Oklahoma Christian University.