CRANBERRY TWP — Two township residents were elected Tuesday to the Western Pennsylvania Market of the March of Dimes board of directors.
Christina Morascyzk and James Hogan were notified of their election Tuesday.
Morascyzk’s personal story led her to get involved with March for Babies in 2010 as a team captain.
Her family has previously served as an Ambassador Family for the 2015 Washington County March for Babies and, in addition to fundraising, she has also helped secure event sponsorships and served as a mission spokeswoman.
Morascyzk is vice president of real estate for Giant Eagle, taking the job in July 2018 after more than 15 years with a specialty brands discount retail grocer. She earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in business administration and Spanish from Washington and Jefferson College.
A native of Pittsburgh, she resides in Cranberry with her husband, Joe, and children, Elena, Angeline and Robert.
Hogan’s personal story also led him to get involved with March for Babies in 2017, first as a team captain and soon afterward as a member of the Executive Leadership Team. His family is this year’s Ambassador Family for the 2019 Pittsburgh March for Babies to be held April 28 at Heinz Field.
Hogan is the assistant corporate controller for Koppers, a global wood-treatment technology company. In his role, he provides corporate accounting support for four global manufacturing business units within the public company.
Previously, he served as a director of accounting for a public for-profit education provider and as a senior auditor with a noted public accounting firm. He is a licensed certified public accountant in Pennsylvania and earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Robert Morris University.
He resides in Cranberry with his wife, Heather, and son, Camden.
“We are thrilled to have Tina and Jim join our board of directors,” said Barbara Roth, executive director of market development for Western Pennsylvania March of Dimes. “Their deep commitment to the mission and leadership is an enormous asset to the board and to our organization’s continued efforts to improve the health of mothers and babies here in Pennsylvania and across the country.”