The Pete du Pont Freedom Foundation (PDFF) announced today the appointment of Founding Partner at Grey Fox Wealth Advisors, Kevin Dombrowski, to the board of directors.

Mr. Dombrowski holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Dombrowski was a recipient of the Delaware Business Times “40 Under 40” award in 2016.

Before founding Grey Fox Wealth Advisors, Dombrowski formerly worked for a private wealth firm where he helped manage over $600 million of clients’ assets. Prior to that role, Dombrowski served as Senior Vice President for Morningstar and managed several of its largest strategic partnerships. He has been in the financial services industry for over 15 years.

“We are excited to welcome Mr. Dombrowski to the board. His experience and knowledge in the entrepreneurial world is an exceptional fit for the foundation, especially as we strive to expand the legacy of our namesake,” said Stephanie Johnnie, PDFF’s Executive Director.

Mr. Dombrowski is passionate about making a positive impact in the community. He serves as a board member for The Independence School, a private co-educational day school for ages 3 through 8th Grade. He also serves as a board member and Treasurer for Delaware Guidance Services, Delaware’s largest provider of non-residential mental health services for children and families. Dombrowski was a 2016 Fellow and serves as an active board member and Treasurer for Leadership Delaware. Additionally, Dombrowski serves as the Chairman of the Finance Committee at his church.

“Governor du Pont consistently demonstrated that Delaware prospers when we focus on a willingness to act, a belief in free enterprise, and a commitment to entrepreneurship.” Mr. Dombrowski said. “As a board member for the Pete du Pont Freedom Foundation, I am honored and excited to work toward his vision, further the organization’s mission, and support the next great innovators of the First State.”