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G.A. Taylor Fernley

Taylor Fernley is Chief Executive Officer of Fernley & Fernley, Inc. and has been involved in corporate operations and growth strategies since 1973. Having founded the Association Management Company Industry in 1866, Fernley & Fernley is a fifth generation family firm representing 15 full service trade associations and professional societies in a wide spectrum of industries, business sectors and professions.

Taylor has served in numerous leadership roles throughout his career in the association and hospitality industry. Among his involvement has been with the 22,000 member American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) where he currently serves on the Key Committee and former Chair for the Association Management Council. He has also held numerous leadership roles within the AMC Institute.

He is involved in numerous civic and community activities. He has served as President of the then - Montgomery County Big Brothers/Big Sisters organization and then served on the Board of their National Association as well as on their Advisory Board. He is also a Legacy Member and active within The Union League of Philadelphia.

Additionally, Taylor provided Leadership on the Board of the National Liberty Museum and is now Chair of the Mid Atlantic Employers’ Association.

Locally, he has served on the Boards of the Gladwyne Civic Association and Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church Foundation. He is an active member of the Merion Golf Club and Merion Cricket Club.

Taylor was recently recognized by his peers for his longstanding commitment to the non-profit management community with the Excellence in Association Management Award.

A graduate of Randolph Macon College in Ashland, VA, Taylor and his wife, Pamela Moyer Fernley, reside in Gladwyne, PA and have two grown children.