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“We are our promises, and we lose hold of ourselves when we take no pains to keep them.” — The Power of Promises, Lewis B. Smedes

Kathryn MacMillan


Kathryn MacMillan

Director of Business Development, Midwest & National Cold Storage

Kathryn is a versatile and dynamic director of business development — keeping the FCL project pipeline flowing with opportunities for new builds. She is responsible for the Midwest region while working with her colleagues to serve FCL’s customers across the US. She also leads business development for cold storage projects, including food and beverage manufacturing customers, but her experience extends to many industries, anticipating market demand, and developing innovative ways to achieve customer goals.

Kathryn’s role includes market research, strategy development, proposal generation, and relationship management. She is focused on establishing and maintaining strong partnerships with various industry associations, local governments, and community organizations, expanding the company’s network and influence throughout the United States.

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Prior to joining FCL, Kathryn worked as one of FCL’s trusted landscaping contractors. She was drawn to join the company because she experienced firsthand how FCL cares for and keeps commitments to their customers, employees, and trade partners.

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Grace College Seminary
Bachelor of Arts, Business, Marketing and French

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Professional Organizations & Public Service

Kathryn is a natural volunteer, and proud to participate in national associations including NAIOP, GCCA and SIOR.

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Awards & Recognition

Under Kathryn’s watch, FCL has been awarded multiple regional awards and national rankings.

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Licenses & Certifications

Business Ethics Certified, Cornell University

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Personal Interests

Through farming, disaster relief initiatives, and international nongovernmental organizations, Kathryn continuously looks for ways to match her resources to contextually attribute value to those she encounters, first by meeting their practical needs.