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Penn Foundation Names Two New Directors to Board

Penn Foundation has named Jeffrey Schweitzer, President and Chief Executive Officer of Univest Corporation, and Dorothy Weik, Esq., an attorney with Bricker, Landis, Hunsberger & Gingerich, LLP, to its Board of Directors.

Jeffrey M. Schweitzer
Jeffrey Schweitzer webJeffrey M. Schweitzer became President and Chief Executive Officer of Univest Corporation of Pennsylvania on January 1, 2014. Schweitzer joined Univest in 2007 as executive vice president and chief financial officer. He has more than 18 years of experience in the financial services industry. Schweitzer graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting. He is also a graduate
of the American Bankers Association (ABA) Stonier Graduate School of Banking in Philadelphia and completed the "High-Potential Leaders: Accelerating Your Impact" leadership program through the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Schweitzer is on the Board of Directors of the North Penn and Indian Valley Boys
and Girls Club and the Perkiomen Valley School District Education Foundation. He also serves on the Pennsylvania Bankers Public Affairs Committee (PaBPAC).

"Univest Corporation and Penn Foundation have worked together for the benefit of our community since Penn Foundation was founded in 1955," says Schweitzer. "I'm honored to serve on the board and carry on this partnership while helping to raise awareness of the behavioral health services right here in our community. Penn Foundation is one of our community's assets. Each day, they work to erase the stigma associated with mental health and change lives by instilling hope. I look forward to working with them to make a difference."

Dorothy Weik, Esq.

Dorothy Weik 1  Weik has been an attorney at Bricker, Landis, Hunsberger & Gingerich, LLP since
  2009, focusing on estate planning, estate administration, business representation,
  and employment law. She graduated from Messiah College and received a J.D.
  degree from Temple University School of Law. In addition to serving on Penn
  Foundation's Board, Weik was recently appointed to the Board of Rockhill
  Mennonite Community. She is also finishing a term of service on the Board of
  Peaceful Living.

  "I was thrilled to be given the opportunity to serve on Penn Foundation's Board,"
  says Weik. "I have long had a heart to help those with mental health issues. My
  mother worked at a psychiatric hospital for 30 years as a nurse and administrator,
and through her example, I was taught to have empathy for those with mental illness. Working in that same hospital when I was in college cemented my understanding of the importance of helping and supporting people with mental health challenges."


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