Kim J. Pimley is the new Chairman of the Princeton HealthCare System Board of Trustees. Gerald A. Compito succeeded her as Chairman of the PHCS Foundation Board of Directors during the two boards’ annual combined meeting March 24.
Ms. Pimley, a Princeton resident who chaired the Foundation Board from 2010 to 2013, joined the PHCS Board of Trustees in 2010. Co-founder of Pimley & Pimley Inc., a provider of credit training and corporate finance programs, she is also president of P&P Training Resources Inc. Ms. Pimley serves on the Executive Council of the American Jewish Committee as Chair of National Leadership Development and on the board of McCarter Theatre.
She previously served as president of the Jewish Center of Princeton and on the boards of The Pennington School and Opera Festival of New Jersey. Ms. Pimley is a graduate of Emory University, with bachelor’s and master’s degrees, and she completed PhD coursework at the University of Chicago.
Ms. Pimley assumed the PHCS Chairman’s post from Donald J. Hoffman, who had served on the board since 2002. Mr. Hoffman, a founding partner of Alston Capital Partners, lives in West Windsor. He received the honorary title of Chairman Emeritus to recognize his service on the Board of Trustees.