Senior Vice President of Technology & Chief Information Officer
Branndon Kelley, senior vice president of technology and chief information officer, has more than 20 years of experience providing vision, leadership, governance and execution for technology programs, projects and departments, in a wide variety of business environments including technology, education, government, financial services, energy, healthcare and manufacturing. His experience spans IT operations, infrastructure, application development, project management, cyber security, executive leadership, strategy and business development.
He joined AMP in 2009 and has led the organizations through a complete IT transformation. Kelley oversees all information technology, SCADA / plant systems and cyber security functions, projects and people. He is responsible for setting, facilitating and leading technology strategy and tactical execution. He was the 2012 chair for TechTomorrow (now known as CIO Tomorrow) and was the 2013 chair for the American Public Power Association (APPA) IT Committee.
Recognized as a leader in his field, Kelley is often invited to speak at national and regional technology and utility conferences and events. In 2018 and 2019, Kelley received the comSpark Central Ohio Tech Power Player Award. He is a member of 2017 class of Smart Business’s Central Ohio Smart 50, was named the 2012 Intelligent Utility’s CIO of the Year, the Top 20 Most Innovative CIOs in 2014, and was awarded the 2015 Frost and Sullivan CIO Impact Award.
Prior to AMP, Kelley held senior management and executive roles at Quick Solutions, Inc. (QSI) (now Fusion Alliance), HP, EDS, Saber Corp and has spent over nine years as an adjunct professor in project management, information technology, and business at local colleges.
Kelley has a BS in Computer Information Systems from DeVry University (where he has been included in the Alumni Hall of Fame, and awarded the Pinnacle Award) and an MBA in Finance from the Keller Graduate School of Management (where he was recognized as one of the top 40 graduates in school history with the 40 for 40th award).