Brumbaugh Wealth Management, LLC has announced that its CEO, Kimberly Brumbaugh, has been appointed to the Chester County Hospital Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Chester County Hospital is a part of Penn Medicine, and its Foundation was created in 1983 to support the health and well-being of the people in Chester County and the surrounding areas.
Brumbaugh is a resident of Honey Brook and the founder of Brumbaugh Wealth Management, located in the Eagleview Corporate Center in Exton. She established the firm 15 years ago in Chester County and has more than 21 years of wealth management experience.
Brumbaugh possesses a distinguished track record of philanthropy, having supported a myriad of causes in the community and beyond for more than two decades. Currently, she serves as a Director for the Board of Mid Penn Bancorp, Inc., which is headquartered in Millersburg, Pa., and recently entered the Chester County market through its acquisition of First Priority Bank.
Brumbaugh’s values align well with those of the Chester County Hospital Foundation, as she shares a commitment to personal and professional excellence and service to the community. Recently, she served as the Immediate Past Chair for the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry, as the Chair for the Southern Pennsylvania Autism Resource Center, and as a member of other boards and committees.
“I am humbled to serve among others on the board with long tenure who have moved the hospital forward over many years,” said Brumbaugh. “I was drawn to Penn Medicine Chester County Hospital because of its community focus and initiatives and the wonderful care provided to my brother, Rick Shaw, as he battled cancer. I look forward to applying my expertise for the benefit of the patients they help and the community as a whole.”