Keith J. Allman (born 1962) is a business executive in the home construction markets.
Allman became Chief Executive Officer, Director and President of Masco Corporation in 2014. He is the fourth CEO of the company’s 85-year history. He is also a member of the Hansgrohe SE Supervisory Board and the Alfa Tau Omega fraternity.
Prior to his current positions at Masco, Allman held a variety of other key roles. These included: Group President (in charge of the firm’s Plumbing and North American Cabinet businesses), President of Masco Corporation Of Indiana (aka Delta Faucet Company) and Vice President of Manufacturing for Merillat Industries (Masco’s cabinet maker). He joined the firm in 1998.
Alman is married to Miria and the couple has two children.
Masco Corporation is a manufacturer of products for the home improvement and new home construction markets. Masco is also a provider of a variety of installed products and services, including insulation for homebuilders. Comprising more than 20 companies, the Masco conglomerate operates nearly 60 manufacturing facilities in the United States and over 20 in other parts of the world. Since 1969 it trades on the NYSE. Under the leadership of Richard Manoogian, the company grew exponentially and subsequently joined the Fortune 500 list of largest U.S. corporations.