GVF, a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to inspire mobility choices for all, would like to welcome and recognize new ex-officio board member Marian Moskowitz, Chester County Commissioner Vice-Chair.
“We are looking forward to working with Commissioner Moskowitz, especially with her involvement on the SEPTA board. We are very fortunate to have elected officials who dedicate their time and expertise in supporting our mission of advancing TDM in this region,” said Rob Henry, Executive Director of GVF.
Commissioner Moskowitz has a long-running track record of commitment to expanding public transportation and investing in infrastructure with the goal of making our communities more vibrant, encouraging employers to open offices in the county, and giving residents access to good jobs. She is committed to making Chester County more accessible by public transportation and to strengthening the county’s infrastructure.
“Transportation systems provide a strong foundation for economic growth, community safety and connection. But these infrastructure systems must evolve to provide modern, safe, climate-friendly mobility choices for everyone, and this is effectively achieved through organizations like GVF. I am honored to be part of the GVF Board, and look forward to working with the staff, fellow board members and partners to increase efficient and effective transportation options throughout the region.” – Marian Moskowitz, Chester County Commissioner Chair
Marian 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.
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.
Founded in 1990, GVF is a not-for-profit organization inspiring mobility choices for ALL. For more information about GVF or to learn about the benefits of partnership, visit www.gvftma.com.