Marian D. Moskowitz
Ms. Moskowitz was elected to the Chester County Board of Commissioners in 2020 and was sworn in as Chair of the Chester Board of Commissioners shortly thereafter.
She is also the Secretary of the board of West Chester University Council of Trustees. In 2021, Governor Tom Wolf re-appointed Marian to be a member of the Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE).
Ms. Moskowitz is a member of the Colonial Theater, the People’s Light Theater and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) and the newly formed Schuylkill River Passenger Rail Authority boards.
In 2015, she was named to the Board of the Delaware River Port Authority by Governor Tom Wolf and served that position until 2017. Marian has also served on the Board of Neumann University, Phoenixville Community Health Foundation, Chester County Economic Development Council, and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission.
Ms. Moskowitz is a real estate developer and has been involved in a variety of economic development projects in Chester County. She led the development of Franklin Commons in Phoenixville, a former abandoned industrial building that now houses multiple educational facilities, businesses, and various community institutions, most of which are owned and run by women.
Marian has been married to her husband David for 37 years. She has two children, three stepchildren and five grandchildren and resides in Malvern, with her beloved dog Lucca. Marian loves to travel and has traveled extensively around the world both for business and pleasure. She loves to cook, read, walk and spend time with her children and grandchildren.