Brad Keselowski is a co-owner and full-time driver of the #6 car at Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series. As a championship driver across two racing series, Brad understands the important role manufacturing plays across multiple industries, including motorsports and automotive.
His appreciation for manufacturing began at an early age as he grew up watching his dad and uncle build their own race cars and worked alongside them in the race shop. That appreciation and interest evolved once he became a driver and had further exposure to everything from the advanced machines, tools, engineering designs, and fabricating.
With a passion for technological innovations on and off the track, Brad started Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing in 2018 with a focus on additive metal manufacturing and advanced engineering solutions.
An avid University of Michigan fan and originally from Rochester Hills, MI, Brad currently lives in Mooresville, NC with his wife, Paige, and two daughters, Scarlett and Autumn.
Haley Cook brings over 20 years of leadership experience to KAM operations with a diverse government and private sector background focused in auditing, tax, and consulting. Haley’s internal business process focus ensures that KAM’s facility, equipment capacity, and staffing are prepared to meet customer requirements for scaled production. Her executive reach allows her to pivot resources as needed to meet project goals and quickly adapt to contingencies.
Haley utilizes her financial acumen to carefully validate costs, support quality, monitor scheduling, and to provide the ability to measure project performance and progress in an objective manner.
Originally from Illinois, Haley spent 28 years accompanying her husband throughout the world while he served on active duty with the United States Army. After his retirement, she, her husband, Aaron and their two children settled in Mooresville, NC.
Scott VolkVP Business Development & Strategy
Scott Volk, an AM veteran with over 25 years experience in both plastic and metal additive manufacturing, leads Business Development & Strategy throughout KAM, to the direct benefit of our customers.
Scott’s expertise in risk assessment and analysis as it relates to next-generation designs and hybrid production, using both subtractive and additive advanced technologies supports him in guiding customers to success in scaled production.
Scott’s broad background in research and development with LPBF includes seven patents in addition to many years of engagement with academia and various 3D printing standards committees. KAM is focused on “simulation through production” at accelerated rates and his skills complement KAM’s ability to create complex engineering solutions. Working with our strategic partners, Scott will continue to drive and develop materials and processes to meet new demands.
James O'TooleOperations Manager
James O’Toole brings 15 years of aerospace and motorsport manufacturing experience to KAM and leads a staff of highly skilled engineers, quality technicians, and machinists to execute the technical and strategic operations for scaled manufacturing production.
James is a critical technical resource supporting customer engagement and providing input on all quality, performance, and engineering development. His experience and leadership allows him to continuously support productions larger mission and strategy while directing the on-time delivery of customers parts.
James earned an MBA from Southern New Hampshire University with a focus in Operations and Supply Chain Management.
Michael MullenEngineering Manager
Michael Mullen brings over a decade of engineering leadership experience in manufacturing and engineering management. Leading the KAM engineering team of process, design, and additive engineers, Michael’s methodology of engineering for hybrid manufacturing provides customers with a winning approach to AM design, simulation, development, and testing.
With his expert level knowledge of engineering design and creating additive manufacturing solutions, Michael is a critical resource in producing conforming parts.
Michael holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from Alfred State College – SUNY College of Technology.