Meet Lyndsay Kerr

Lyndsay Kerr is a seasoned IT Development Manager at General Motors, with over 15 years of experience in the field. Her expertise lies in spearheading teams to develop impactful software applications, streamline data structures, and drive innovation within internal business operations. 

Currently leading a dynamic team of project managers, developers, and analysts, Lyndsay is at the forefront of a groundbreaking initiative aimed at centralizing data from numerous disparate systems across the engineering community. This visionary mission facilitates engineers in deploying analytics and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) at scale, thereby enhancing efficiency and productivity across the business landscape. 

Lyndsay’s commitment to understanding user needs is evident in her team’s meticulous approach to interviewing engineering users, ensuring optimal data structuring for seamless access and analysis. By empowering users through comprehensive training sessions, Lyndsay fosters a culture of data-driven decision-making within her organization. 

Beyond her professional endeavors, Lyndsay is deeply engaged in personal development and community service. Notably, she has organized thought-provoking leadership panels for her IT organization, tackling subjects such as Mentoring and Work-Life Balance. As an active member of the Junior League of Austin (JLA) since 2013, Lyndsay has held various leadership roles, including ACA Merchant Co-Chair, Technology Chair, and Coats for Kids Chair. Under her stewardship, the Coats for Kids initiative distributed over 30,000 coats to children in Central Texas in 2023. Lyndsay’s dedication to equipping committee members with skills through training and mentorship has been impactful to the program. 

Lyndsay is married to Grant who is a 1st grade teacher. They have a 4-month old son, Carson, and 2 Siberian Huskies, Cerby and Leia. In her free time, she loves to travel, watch reality television, or take on a new challenge such as new recipes, crafts, or workouts.