Benjamin Rush Individual Award
Recognizes an individual who is not a practicing healthcare professional, who devotes time, skills or resources to assisting others and contributes to the advancement of healthcare.
Kim Tillotson Fleming, CFA
Kim Tillotson Fleming is Chairman and Chief Executive Office of Hefren-Tillotson, Inc., a privately held Pittsburgh-based firm offering comprehensive financial planning and investment advisory services for individuals, foundations, trusts and qualified retirement plans. Ms. Fleming serves on the boards of Allegheny College, Allegheny Conference on Community Development (Treasurer), the Buhl Foundation, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Dollar Bank, Imani Christian Academy, the Pittsburgh Foundation and UPMC Health Plan. Additionally, she has served on the capital campaign committees for the Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh, the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute and Children’s Hospital. Ms. Fleming is also a deacon and youth leader at Hiland Presbyterian church.
She co-chaired the United Way Women’s Leadership Council in 2007 and 2008. In 2011 and 2004, she was named an Athena Award finalist and received the 2005 YWCA “A Tribute to Women Leadership” award for business. In April 2012 Carlow University awarded Ms. Fleming with the Women of Spirit Award for Values which recognizes a woman who leads her company to higher realms of excellence and service by personal example and commitment to others. She also received the “Serving Leaders Award” from Geneva College in 2012, presented annually to a person of faith who implements servant-leadership qualities in their life and work.
Award will be presented Saturday, April 6, 2013 at the