Lacy Jemmott

President/CEO, TechCumulus

Lacy Finley Jemmott is President/CEO of Tech Cumulus, based in Austin, Texas. Tech Cumulus is a woman-owned Information Technology/Marketing Communications company that focuses on the integration of Microsoft and other technologies to achieve brand amplification, agile sales acceleration, lean marketing strategies, digital asset optimization, and knowledge leadership. Ms. Jemmott is a proud member of the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP), having recently served 2 terms as the President of the Austin, Texas, chapter. She has served on numerous boards and committees with focus on education, public policy, business, science, technology, and veterans’ affairs. During the 83rd and 84th Texas Legislative Sessions, she attended and helped coordinate the Central Texas VFI advocacy group during their Technology Day at the Capital. In 2014, she made her first trip to the White House with VFI, Microsoft, and IAMCP, where the group was briefed on the President’s technology initiatives for the year. In 2015, she went to Washington, DC, as a VFI ambassador advocating on The Hill for the LEADS Act.

Lacy Jemmott

Lacy Finley Jemmott is President/CEO of Tech Cumulus, based in Austin, Texas. Tech Cumulus is a woman-owned Information Technology/Marketing Communications company that focuses on the integration of Microsoft and other technologies to achieve brand amplification, agile sales acceleration, lean marketing strategies, digital asset optimization, and knowledge leadership. Ms. Jemmott is a proud member of the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP), having recently served 2 terms as the President of the Austin, Texas, chapter. She has served on numerous boards and committees with focus on education, public policy, business, science, technology, and veterans’ affairs. During the 83rd and 84th Texas Legislative Sessions, she attended and helped coordinate the Central Texas VFI advocacy group during their Technology Day at the Capital. In 2014, she made her first trip to the White House with VFI, Microsoft, and IAMCP, where the group was briefed on the President’s technology initiatives for the year. In 2015, she went to Washington, DC, as a VFI ambassador advocating on The Hill for the LEADS Act.