Meet Marian Moskowitz
Dedicated to a safer, more vibrant Chester County
Marian Moskowitz has dedicated her career to growing and strengthening Chester County. After four decades as a responsible local developer, she ran for Commissioner in 2019 because she believes that everyone deserves to live in a safe and prosperous community. As the first Democratic Chairwoman of the County Board of Commissioners, she’s delivered real results for Chester County.
Under Marian’s leadership, Chester County now has the lowest unemployment rate in the region, our economy was ranked in the top 10 percent of High Performing Communities, and we were named the healthiest place to live in the state. From preserving our open space to investing in local infrastructure, Marian has shown up for the people of Chester County.
That’s because this has been Marian’s home for nearly 40 years, alongside her husband Dave, their five kids who they raised here, and their grandchildren. She’s been actively involved in the community, serving on the board of SEPTA, West Chester University, the Schuylkill River Passenger Rail Authority, the People’s Light Theater, and on the Chester County Economic Development Council as past chair. Governor Wolf also named her to the Board of Governors for the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
Marian cares deeply about this community and about doing her part to make it an even better place to live and work. It’s why she spent her career reinventing properties, like Franklin Commons in Phoenixville, to create hundreds of local jobs that allowed everyone to benefit from the area’s economic growth. It’s why as Commissioner, she’s built consensus among her Board to make historic progress, like adopting the county’s first-ever agricultural development plan.
The people of Chester County deserve a dedicated leader with a record of delivering results, and they can always count on Marian.