Meet Marian Moskowitz
Dedicated to a safer, more vibrant Chester County
Marian Moskowitz has dedicated the past three and a half decades to growing and strengthening Chester County. She made a career as a responsible local developer; revitalizing neighborhoods and ensuring that all members of the community benefit.
For the past 12 years, Marian has served on the board of West Chester University, an institution that has become a shining example of delivering quality education in a community setting. For her dedication to improving our schools, Governor Tom Wolf named Marian to the Board of Governors for the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
As a community developer, Marian oversaw the adaptation of an abandoned factory in Phoenixville into a one-of-a-kind education and business hub known as Franklin Commons. This award-winning project was applauded by the community for providing learning opportunities for children 3 months of age and up to adults obtaining an associate degree or certificate.
Recently, Marian was named president of the historic Colonial Theater in Phoenixville, which has been a beloved entertainment venue for generations. Marian also serves as chair on the Chester County Economic Development Council and has previously served on the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation.
Marian is dedicated to connecting Chester County communities through improved infrastructure and public transportation projects and was recently named to the Mayor’s Task Force to bring train service to Phoenixville.
She and her husband Dave have lived in Chester County for 35 years. They raised 5 children in Chester County and now enjoy babysitting their 5 grandchildren.