Christine E. Borowsky
Christine is a graduate of Seton Hall University, where she received a B.A. in Broadcasting,
Visual and Interactive Media and a Minor is Sound Production and Engineering. Before joining
the WA full-time, she was the Events and Marketing Intern with the WA where she helped to
plan and execute the 2017 Spring Luncheon and Auction. Later that year she came back and
volunteered at the 2017 Spotlight Gala. As Events Coordinator, Christine works closely
alongside both Amy and Sarah to help the WA continue its mission to help promote, fund, and
advocate for NJPAC and its Arts Education programs.
Christine lives in her hometown of Basking Ridge, NJ. She loves to travel, read a good book,
and spend time with friends and family!
Amy E. Mormak
Manager, Events & Marketing
The WA does not function without Amy. As Manager of Events & Marketing, she executes the daily administration of the association, greets our members, and executes our events and marketing throughout the year. She also manages the volunteers, interns, and temps we are lucky enough to work with. Prior to joining the WA in 2010, she began her professional career as Events Manager for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, North Jersey Affiliate. She worked on multiple large events including the Annual Pink Tie Ball and Race for the Cure. Amy studied at the University of Rhode Island, where she graduated with a BA in Communication Studies. Born and raised in Summit, NJ, she still lives there today with her husband, Mike and their son. They love to ski, travel, and hit the beach!
Sarah Arciszewski Rosen
Sarah Rosen is the Managing Director of the Women’s Association of NJPAC. She previously served as Director of Development for NJTV, New Jersey’s public television station, Director of Development at Kent Place School, Deputy Director of Development at WNET, and Director of Planned Giving at Union Theological Seminary. Sarah is a trustee of the Frances L. & Edwin L. Cummings Memorial Fund. She is also an active volunteer for Duke University, currently serving on the Duke Alumni Association Board, DukeNY Board, DukeNY Women’s Forum Executive Committee and was a former chair of Duke’s Council on Women’s Studies. Sarah has also served on the boards of the Summit Area Public Foundation, Horizons Newark, Horizons National, Temple Sinai, Bridges Outreach, and helped launch the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service and the One Book, One Community programs in Summit, NJ. She was a fellow at Lead NJ in 2014 and Leadership New York in 1994.
She graduated from Duke University. She and her husband, David, live in Short Hills, New Jersey and have three children, Ben, Caroline and Jonathan.