Tom Sibson, chief financial officer of BAYADA Home Health Care, received the Community Service Award from Philadelphia Business Journal (PBJ) for his outstanding contributions to the local community. More than 350 people attended the ceremony at which he received his award in Philadelphia at the Crystal Tea Room.

“The Philadelphia Business Journal's CFO Awards seeks to recognize the often unsung heroes of the executive suite—the financial professionals," said Craig Ey, editor-in-chief, PBJ. "It is our great pleasure to honor them with what has become the premiere CFO recognition in Greater Philadelphia."

Sibson serves on the board of the Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter and raised more than $17,000 for the association at an Ironman Triathlon in Kona, Hawaii. He also serves on the board of the directors of Inglis House, a non-profit organization that provides services to people with physical disabilities. Sibson believes in giving back through education and shares his expert knowledge as a guest lecturer at Swarthmore College, where he donates his time to teach a course in Business and Ethics.

BAYADA Founder and President Mark Baiada, said “Through his actions, Tom brings to life The BAYADA Way and our belief to provide community service where we live and work. He passionately supports the causes that are close to his heart and sets a stellar example for everyone who knows him.”

Other recent honors for Sibson include the Executive Management Award from SmartCEO magazine in 2013 and the CFO of the Year Award from NJBiz magazine in 2012.

 “Receiving this award is truly a reflection on BAYADA,” said Sibson. Mark puts such an emphasis on giving back that it’s really influenced me to be more involved in the community.”

 

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