This September, alumna Carol Kroch joined the Advisory Board of the Chester Children's Chorus. Carol is currently Managing Director, Wealth and Philanthropic Planning at Wilmington Trust Company in Wilmington, Delaware. She is responsible for oversight of charitable trusts and for leading the Wealth and Estate Planning Committee, a team of attorneys and financial planners who focus on trust and estate planning, income tax and financial planning, and philanthropic planning for Wealth Advisory Services.

Carol was a member of the firm's Private Client practice group from 1982 through 1999.

Accoring to its website, the Chester Children's Chorus offers talented children ages 8 to 18 from Chester, Pa., the opportunity to achieve musical excellence, expand their intellectual and cultural horizons, and flourish as confident individuals. For younger children, the chorus' Sing-To-Learn program provides music instruction that reinforces academic objectives in 12 kindergarten, first grade and second grade classrooms in Chester. Dr. John Alston founded the Chester Children's Chorus in 1994 with seven boys from one school. Today, the CCC numbers over 130 children, ages 8-18, from every school in the city of Chester, PA. Their concerts cover a range of musical genres including classical, gospel, folk, spiritual, and rock.

Please join us in congratulating Carol on her new role!