Business group honors North Huntingdon women |

Business group honors North Huntingdon women

Margaret 'Peggy' Bianchi
Rose Morozowich

Two North Huntingdon women active in the Women’s Business Network were honored for their service to the organization and the community.

Margaret “Peggy” Bianchi received the Woman of the Year Award, which is given to the individual who best demonstrates excellence and leadership in her business or profession and in her service to the community and to WBN.

Rose Marie Morozowich received the business network’s 2018 service award, given to a member who distinguishes herself by meritorious service in the furthering of WBN, its mission and goals.

Bianchi is the director of women’s physical therapy at Stellar Physical Therapy, an outpatient rehab facility in Murrysville. She is a certified pilates instructor and teaches at Inner Strength Yoga in North Huntingdon.

Bianchi has been an active member of the Norwin chapter of WBN since 1997. She serves on the organization’s board of directors as past president.

Bianchi serves as the fundraising chairperson for the Christian Mothers and Ladies Guild at her parish, St. Agnes Church in North Huntingdon. She also organizes the Pick-A-Flower Campaign to support The Blackburn Center Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.

Morozowich, an independent consultant with Pampered Chef for 11 years, previously worked in the credit industry before becoming a stay-at-home mother.

She is a member of the Norwin chapter of the Women’s Business Network and formerly was with the Murrysville chapter. She has been active in the business group for nine years.

Morozowich also volunteers for the Girl Scouts of Southwestern Pennsylvania, her children’s school and her church. She recently became a Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteer for children suffering from abuse and neglect.

Joe Napsha is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-836-5252 or [email protected].

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