Frank Jemley is the CEO and President of the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers (KAM). A native of Bardstown, Kentucky, Frank joined the KAM team after holding leadership roles in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. For more than a decade, Frank advised companies and prominent institutions on public affairs issues in Washington, D.C., and state capitols across the country.
For more than a century, the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers has been the voice of manufacturing in Kentucky.KAM’s ongoing advocacy efforts are designed to protect and create a manufacturing-friendly environment in the Commonwealth. KAM works every day to public policies that lessen economic uncertainty and increase business growth and prosperity in the Commonwealth.
Since 1911, the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers, one of the oldest state manufacturing organizations in America, and has been Kentucky’s most important advocate for manufacturing and economic growth.
FieldComm Group began operations on January 1, 2015 by combining all assets of the former Fieldbus Foundation and HART Communication Foundation. The organization is committed to connecting the world of process automation.
KAM offers a number of benefits for Kentucky manufacturers across the bluegrass state. The organization goes beyond its advocacy role for manufacturing and economic growth by providing cost-saving programs for its member companies, and important opportunities and venues for KAM members to connect, share best practices, and collaborate.