Jessica M. Taylor ’03, a Connecticut manufacturing executive, has been named executive director of Aerospace Components Manufacturers (ACM). ACM is a nonprofit organization comprised of 112 smaller and mid-sized companies in Connecticut and southwestern Massachusetts. Their member companies build high-performance components for military and civilian jet aircraft.
Taylor will assume leadership of ACM upon the retirement of Paul Murphy.
“Jessica is no stranger to our organization or the aerospace and defense industry,” Murphy said. She has been the Sales and Marketing Manager at Windsor-based Aero Gear, Inc. since 2018 and has been a member of the ACM Board of Directors for three years.”
Taylor said, “It is exciting to be part of an organization where competitors often join to provide the best solution for manufacture of individual components or assemblies. I look forward to continuing to expand ACM education and training programs as well as increasing member visibility among ACM member customers — aircraft and engine manufactures around the globe.”
Taylor earned her bachelor’s degree in business management from Westfield State University in 2003.
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