Elizabeth Wagner Named Senior Vice President, Director of Institutional Wealth Management at Bryn Mawr Trust

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Bryn Mawr, Pa., February 4, 2019 – Bryn Mawr Bank Corporation (NASDAQ: Bryn Mawr TrustC) (the “Corporation”), parent of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company (Bryn Mawr Trust, the “Company”), announced today that Ms. Elizabeth Baran Wagner has joined the Company as Senior Vice President and Director of Institutional Wealth Management for Bryn Mawr Trust Wealth Management. Ms. Wagner reports directly to Jennifer Dempsey Fox, President of Bryn Mawr Trust Wealth Management.

“Bryn Mawr Trust has a long history of serving clients in the charitable sector, including institutions, family philanthropies, and generous individuals from across our region. Elizabeth’s knowledge of and focus on endowments and foundations is invaluable for providing best-in-class support in this niche,” said Ms. Fox. “In addition to years of experience, she has an extraordinary reputation in this arena and her unique insight will be an asset to Bryn Mawr Trust’s many endowment and foundation clients, and to our many individual clients with significant legacy ambitions.”

Ms. Wagner has nearly two decades of experience in non-for-profit institutional development and charitable solutions for high net worth families. She most recently served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Philanthropy Officer for the Princeton Area Community Foundation, where she was responsible for asset building strategy, new client acquisition, donor services, stewardship, and communications. Her previous work also includes nonprofit consulting. A 21/64 Certified Advisor, she has worked with philanthropic families to create transformational strategic giving agendas and has helped clients craft meaningful legacies.

She is a graduate of Smith College with a Bachelor of Arts in art history and English. She has earned recognition as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) from the Association of Fund Raising Professionals and has taken additional coursework in philanthropy and related disciplines at the American College of Financial Services. Active in the community, she has served on several boards and committees. She sits on the board of directors of the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, where she serves on the finance and investment committee. She also co-chairs the Essentials Track at Fundraising Day in New York, one of the nation’s largest annual gatherings of nonprofit professionals. Finally, she is a member of the Mercer County Estate Planning Council.

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