Kim Detwiler Named Penn Foundation’s New Vice President of Advancement and Communications
(SELLERSVILLE, Pa) – Kim Detwiler has been named Penn Foundation’s new Vice President of Advancement and Communications. In this role, she is responsible for all fundraising and communications activities associated with developing the relationships needed to engage the community in supporting Penn Foundation’s mission of instilling hope, inspiring change and building community. As a member of its senior leadership team, Detwiler will also be actively involved in the general management of the organization.
“We are thrilled to have Kim join the Penn Foundation team,” says Wayne Mugrauer, Penn Foundation President and CEO. “As the need for Penn Foundation’s services grows, particularly due to the opioid epidemic, it is even more important for us to raise funds and awareness so that we can continue to provide the innovative, responsive care that our community expects and deserves. Kim brings a wealth of experience and a commitment to community that will help Penn Foundation not only sustain the 40 programs we currently offer but also forge new relationships that will enhance our service offerings.”
Prior to joining Penn Foundation, Detwiler served as senior vice president and director of corporate communications at Univest Financial Corporation. She is active in the community and serves as first vice chair of the board of directors for the Upper Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce, past president of the board of directors for the Indian Valley Education Foundation and is on church council and serves as the director of children’s music at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Sumneytown. Detwiler earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Music from Muhlenberg College and currently resides in Harleysville.
About Penn Foundation
Founded in 1955, Penn Foundation is a non-profit organization providing innovative services to address the mental health and substance abuse treatment needs of individuals in our community. With headquarters in Sellersville, Bucks County, and satellite offices in Colmar, Souderton, and Pottstown, Penn Foundation employs 440 compassionate professionals that serve over 17,000 children, adolescents, and adults each year with integrated, holistic care designed to meet the unique needs of each person. Penn Foundation believes strongly in the resiliency of the human spirit and is committed to instilling hope, inspiring change, and building community. For more information, visit www.PennFoundation.org.