CEO of Westbrook Health Services

Treasurer / Legislative Committee Chair / Past President (2019)
Kevin Trippett <br> Legislative Committee Chair Treasurer and Past President (2019)

Kevin Trippett has served as the President & Chief Executive Officer of Westbrook Health Services, Inc. since May, 2017. Mr. Trippett holds an undergraduate degree in business administration with an emphasis in Finance and a master’s degree in safety management from West Virginia University. During his time at WVU, he was a 4 time letter recipient for cheerleading and was inducted into the Alumni Cheerleading Hall of Fame in 2015. In addition Mr. Trippett is a member of the Institute of Management Accountants and earned their designation of Certified Management Accountant. He has been employed with Westbrook Health Services since 1999 and during his tenure has held positions of Accountant and Chief Financial Officer. In 2018, Mr. Trippett received West Virginia Executive Magazine’s Sharp Shooters Award.

Trippett’s mission of success goes beyond Westbrook and into his community. Mr. Trippett earned the rank of Eagle Scout as a youth. Today, he serves as a board member and finance committee member for the Parkersburg YMCA, formally a board member and audit committee chair of the Allohak Council of the Boy Scouts of America, finance chair of the Kootaga District committee of the Buckskin Council for the Boys Scouts of America, volunteer at the Humane Society of Parkersburg, a former board president of Horizons Center for Independent Living, and a board member for First Choice Services, Inc. He has held various positions at Crossroads United Methodist Church, ranging from Sunday school teacher to a member of the nominating committee. Currently he is the youth sponsor and chair of the finance committee.

Mr. Trippett grew up in Parkersburg where he still makes his home today. He and his wife Deborah have a daughter and a son: Madison and Hunter. “West Virginia is home,” he says. “This is where my family is, and this state has a lot to offer, especially to an outdoor enthusiast such as myself. West Virginia culture and values are important to me and guide my life daily.”