AFL represented on national industry organizations.

As fiber-broadband infrastructure is spotlighted by state leadership, representatives from Spartanburg-based AFL pledge to bolster the fiber broadband market and manufacturing sector in active roles in several national industry organizations.

Sen Adam, vice president of market strategy and innovation, will advocate for fiber broadband deployment on Fiber Broadband Association's public policy committee; Kevin Clayton, senior product manager, will chair the organization's marketing committee; and Josh Simer, market manager, will join the FBA technology committee, according to a news release.

"I am very grateful to our volunteer leaders from AFL for their ongoing commitment to our industry and our association," Lisa R. Youngers, president and CEO of the association, said in the release. "We rely on their expertise to support everything from our technical studies to congressional advocacy to professional development."

Mary Ellen Grom, executive director of marketing and communications...

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