Kistler Tiffany Benefits’ Brian Taylor Nominated for Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year

Kistler Tiffany Benefits’ Brian Taylor Nominated for Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year

Congratulations to Kistler Tiffany Benefits’ Employee Benefits Consultant Brian Taylor, who was nominated for Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year, Consultant Category, by the Greater Valley Forge Human Resources Association. The nominees were recognized during a special HR Person of the Year Awards Gala at Vie in Philadelphia on May 22, 2019.

The Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year Award was developed in 2001 to celebrate the Human Resources industry and to recognize those in the HR profession who exemplify outstanding achievement within our local human resources community.

The Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year Award is a joint effort between Chester County Human Resource AssociationDelaware County SHRMDelaware SHRMGreater Valley Forge HR AssociationHR Association of Southern New JerseyPhiladelphia SHRM, Tri-State HR Management Association chapters of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).


About Brian

Brian Taylor joined Kistler Tiffany Benefits in 2004, where he works closely with clients to maximize the value of their benefits, combining his extensive industry experience with Kistler Tiffany Benefits’ leverage and reputation in the marketplace. His deep client portfolio includes those in the architecture, engineering, manufacturing, transportation, accounting, law, real estate, non-profit, and financial industries, among others.

Prior to joining Kistler Tiffany Benefits, Brian worked as a consultant with Dascit White & Winston, based in New York, where he advised independent brokers on group insurance products. He began his insurance career with Medigroup, a start-up health plan in Philadelphia.

Brian is an active member of the National Association for Health Underwriters and the Greater Philadelphia Association for Health Underwriters.

He is a member of the Board of Directors of Laurel House, whose mission is to advocate for and empower those impacted by domestic violence by providing crisis intervention, safe haven, supportive programs and resources, and also served on the Walk a Mile Committee. Brian is a past board member of The Firely Foundation, which serves the needs of medically fragile children and individuals with substance use disorder, and a past board member of the Kistler-Tiffany Foundation, which supports local community non-profits who provide services to children and adults who are physically or mentally challenged, or suffering from abuse or from lack of financial or physical resources.

Brian received his bachelor’s degree in marketing from The Pennsylvania State University.