Chester County Chamber to honor executive, citizen of the year at annual dinner

The Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry’s annual Awards Celebration celebrates the accomplishments of the chamber over the past year, while honoring two “pillars in the community for their service.” This year’s event is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 3, and will be held at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square.

Each year, the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry recognizes a senior executive of a company who demonstrates business and civic leadership in the community. This year’s recipient will be Kim Brumbaugh, founder and managing partner of Brumbaugh Wealth Management LLC, as the Executive of the Year. Brumbaugh started the firm in 2004 with a “clear vision of her key responsibilities of coaching clients through life’s financial challenges,” according to a press release.” Overall, she has 36 years of experience in client service, management, and leadership, with 25 of those years serving affluent clients in the financial services industry.


“Kim Brumbaugh is a true public servant and is continually recognized for being a top performer in her industry and for her decades of notable experience. She is not only a leader in the Chester County business community, but also in the nonprofit sphere, serving on many boards, and bringing her talents, mentorship, and initiatives to those organizations,” Laura Manion, president of the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry said in a statement.

In addition to honoring the Executive of the Year, the chamber will also recognize its Citizen of the Year — Comcast. Accepting for Comcast will be Stephanie Kosta, vice president of government and regulatory affairs and community impact for Comcast’s Freedom Region. Kosta — who joined Comcast in September 2016 — leads a team that supports key advocacy and compliance initiatives in New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Northern Delaware. Kosta is also responsible for Comcast’s regional community investment partnerships and programs, including Internet Essentials, Leaders & Achievers Scholarships, and Comcast Foundation grants.


“Prior to, throughout, and since the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Comcast has exhibited outstanding leadership and citizenship in our community. While Comcast is a national company, they are committed to excellence, innovation, and investment in Chester County and the Greater Philadelphia region,” Manion said. “Comcast continues to expand their significant footprint through digital access, job creation, technological investments, public-private partnerships, and philanthropic giving. We are elated to recognize such an important chamber partner.”

In addition to the awards, this year’s awards dinner will include an “exclusive surprise unveiling” during the event, according to the release.

The cost of the event is $250 for chamber members and $275 for non-members. For more information on the event and registration visit

For more information about the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry visit


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