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Kim Tillotson Fleming to wrap up fall CEO series Nov. 17 at Penn State Fayette

11/5/2010 —
The final event in the fall 2010 CEO Conversation series at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus features the president of Hefren-Tillotson Inc., Kim Tillotson FlemingKim Tillotson Fleming, CFA. This free event, open to the public, will be held Wednesday, Nov.17, at 12:30 p.m. in the Maggie Hardy Magerko Auditorium in the Fayette campus’ Community Center.

Hefren-Tillotson Inc. is a privately held Pittsburgh-based firm offering comprehensive financial planning and investment advisory services for individuals, foundations, trusts and qualified retirement plans.

A graduate of Northwestern University, Tillotson Fleming has a degree in economics and holds several professional designations. She is a chartered financial analyst charterholder, a graduate and board member of the Securities Industry Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, and has completed the Center for Fiduciary Studies Certification program at the University of Pittsburgh.

Tillotson Fleming is a member of the Association for Investment Management and Research, Pittsburgh Society of Financial Analysts (former president), Financial Planning Association, and served on the NASD District Business Conduct Committee. She is also the treasurer of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development, finance chair for the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, and serves on the capital campaign committees for the Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh, the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, and Children’s Hospital.

Tillotson Fleming’s awards include:  Being voted as one of the “Top 25 Women in Business” by the Pittsburgh Business Times in 2009; receiving the YWCA “A Tribute to Women Leadership” award in 2005; being named an Athena Award finalist in 2004; and being honored in 2003 by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development as one of “Pennsylvania’s 50 Best Women in Business.”

An initiative of the late Dr. Emmanuel I. Osagie, chancellor of Penn State Fayette from 2007 to March  2010, CEO Conversations is designed to give students the opportunity to hear from and talk with key individuals in the local, regional, and national business communities about business, entrepreneurship and leadership, but the events are free and open to the public. CEO Conversations debuted in fall 2007 with local businessman, philanthropist, and former Fayette County Commissioner Joseph A. Hardy III as the guest speaker. Guest speakers have also included Attorney General Tom Corbett and Fayette County District Attorney Nancy Vernon; Dick’s Sporting Goods CEO Edward Stack; Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl; Allegheny Construction Group Owner and President Laura Deklewa; Pittsburgh Penguins CEP Ken Sawyer; First Lady of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Marjorie Rendell; Principal/chairman emeritus of Burt Hill John Kosar; Chairman of Westinghouse Electric Company Steve Tritch; Philips Healthcare CEO Don Spence; President and CEO of Heinz North America Scott O’Hara; and President, CEO and founder of Protech Compliance Curtis Aiken.
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