Kempner may refer to:

People

  • Alicia Kempner, American bridge player
  • Aviva Kempner (born 1946), American filmmaker
  • Friederike Kempner (1836–1904), Polish-German Jewish poet and writer
  • Isaac Herbert Kempner (1873–1967), founder of the Imperial Sugar Corporation and mayor of Galveston, Texas
  • Lydia Rabinowitsch-Kempner (1871–1935), American physician
  • Michael Kempner, the founder, chairman, president and CEO of independent public relations and marketing firm MWW Group in New Jersey, USA
  • Nan Kempner (1930–2005), New York City socialite, famous for dominating society events, shopping, charity work and fashion
  • Patty Kempner (born 1942), retired medley and breaststroke swimmer from the United States, and 1960 Olympic gold medallist
  • Robert Kempner (1899–1993), German-born American lawyer
  • Scott Kempner (born 1954), the rhythm guitarist with The Dictators since they formed in 1974
  • Suzanna Kempner (born 1985), English actress, singer and stand-up comedian who studied at the Royal Academy of Music
  • Vitka Kempner (1920–2012), Lithuanian-Jewish partisan leader in World War II

Other uses

  • Kempner, Texas, city in Lampasas County, Texas, United States
  • Kempner High School, public high school in Sugar Land, Texas, USA and a part of the Fort Bend Independent School District
  • Kempner series, modification of the harmonic series, formed by omitting all terms whose denominator expressed in base 10 contains a 9 digit