Keith Trippie is a former Government Senior Executive, change agent and innovative thought leader with over 20 years of experience driving revenue in the private sector and delivering innovative results for the federal government.
He is the founder and CEO of The Trippie Group LLC, which provides executive consulting and board services to help companies generate revenue in a number of innovative technology arenas including cloud computing, mobile, big data/analytics, cyber and product development, among others.
As part of The Trippie Group LLC
., Mr. Trippie
is developing a patent pending mobile app, urMuv™, to address a gap in the consumer Real Estate marketplace.
has also partnered with two other executives to pursue a cyber start up that will provide disruptive technology focusing on workforce vulnerability, cyber insurance and gamification.
Mr. Trippie currently serves as an advisor and board role with several organizations supporting investment decisions, due diligence and strategy.
He previously served as Senior Executive at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) within the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), where he successfully led a new division from a start-up organization to a mature 150 person, $70M+ enterprise organization.
In this role, Mr. Trippie led a Risk Management Division, which oversaw the cyber posture of more than 20 Enterprise class services.
Before this position, Keith served as the Acting Executive Director for the Enterprise Business Management Office (EBMO) within DHS OCIO where he oversaw the department's $6B IT portfolio.
Keith started his DHS career at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) where he designed, developed and deployed a secure information-sharing capability.
holds numerous awards including the Fed 100 Award
, Fierce Government 15, and FedScoop 50.
Prior to serving in the federal government, Mr. Trippie started two companies, with one delivering logistics brokerage services in the North American Southwest region.
He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program for Leadership Development.