Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz’s Ken Wolfe Named a 2020 Most Admired CEO by Central Penn Business Journal

Kenneth B. Wolfe, CPA, President and Managing Principal at Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz (BSSF), was recently named one of Central Penn Business Journal (CPBJ)’s 2020 Game Changers: Most Admired CEO award recipients. Ken was named a Most Admired CEO in the Privately Held Company category. Ken and the other award recipients will be recognized at a virtual event on November 2, 2020.

The Game Changer awards recognize Central Pennsylvania’s most dynamic and impactful businesses and leaders who are committed to professional excellence, business growth and the community. Award categories include Business of the Year (1-25 employees, 26-74 employees and 75+ employees), Emerging Business of the Year and Most Admired CEO (Nonprofit Company, Public Company and Privately Held Company).

“We were excited to hear that Ken is being recognized as Most Admired CEO and believe he is extremely deserving of the honor,” said Deborah Bowman, Chief Operating Officer at BSSF. “The entire BSSF team admires Ken for so many reasons, including his leadership throughout the current pandemic, his vision for the Firm and his dedication to our communities.”

As BSSF’s President and Managing Principal, Ken leads approximately 130 team members among five offices across Pennsylvania and Maryland. He oversees BSSF’s strategic vision and is responsible for seeking out new opportunities for Firm growth, as well as developing innovative ideas to help BSSF stay competitive in the marketplace. Ken works tirelessly to maintain the Firm’s culture of helping people achieve extraordinary outcomes, including BSSF’s team members, clients and local communities.

Ken has over 30 years of public accounting experience with extensive experience performing audits, reviews and the related tax work of various commercial entities, including affiliated groups. He is a key member of the BSSF management team and also specializes in working with construction, manufacturing, real estate and other for-profit entities. Working closely with clients, Ken helps them to achieve their financial goals, minimize their taxes, and improve their profitability.

Outside of his professional life, Ken is an avid volunteer within the Central Pennsylvania community. He serves as a Board Member for the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts and a Board Member and Treasurer for Cornerstone Community Ministries in Elizabethtown. Additionally, Ken is a Member and Past President for the Elizabethtown Rotary Club and also serves on Mt. Calvary Christian School’s Finance Committee.

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