Lisa Borowski is a 1984 graduate of Radnor High School and holds a B.S. in Communications from Drexel University. Currently, she is Manager, Development Communications for Einstein Healthcare Network.
Actively involved in the community, Lisa was a Board Director for Radnor Township School District from 2011-2015 serving as Vice President and in board leadership roles which included Chair of the Facilities and Policy Committees, and Co-Chair of the Government Relations & Communications Committee. During her tenure, Radnor Township became the first Main Line school district to implement a full-day kindergarten program and complete major renovations and improvements at three schools. Additionally, she served three times as a member of the district’s Strategic Planning Committee. She served for eight years as a member of the Board of Directors for the Radnor Educational Foundation, four were spent as a member of the Executive Committee and served as Chair of the Grants Committee. Lisa has also served as President for the Ithan Elementary and Radnor Middle School Parent-Teacher Organizations and is a founding member of the Radnor Alumni Council.
She is a member of the Radnor Democrats, the Radnor League of Women Voters and the Radnor Conservancy. Professionally she is a member of the Public Relations Society of America. Lisa most recently worked for the Philadelphia Police Foundation helping to raise funds to support equipment and programs to benefit the men and women of the Philadelphia Police Department and to support initiatives not included in the general operating budget. While serving as Board Operations Manager for the Foundation, Lisa was instrumental in helping to raise and manage funds to reinstate the Mounted Police Unit.
She and her husband, Mark, and their two sons, Ryan and Justin, have lived in Radnor since 2004. Her son, Ryan, is a 2016 graduate of Radnor High School and a member of the class of 2020 at the University of Scranton, her son, Justin, is a senior at Radnor High School. Lisa’s parents, Frank and Kathy Cianciulli, still reside in Radnor’s 5th Ward and her sister, Lori Moffa and her family, also reside in 5th Ward. She is honored to have been elected to represent Radnor’s 4th Ward in 2017.