About Lisa Borowsky

North Scottsdale Mid 70s

Lisa Borowsky is a Valley native and lifelong Scottsdale resident. Her family moved to North Scottsdale in the mid-70s to pursue their passion for horses and the “western” lifestyle. Lisa graduated from ASU and went on to earn her Juris Doctor from St. John’s University, School of Law in New York. She has been a licensed Arizona attorney since 1995, and has primarily focused in the areas of commercial litigation, homeowner association law, and general business.

Lisa is actively involved in her community and has served on numerous boards and committees including the Scottsdale Convention and Visitors Bureau Board of Directors, the City of Scottsdale Audit Committee, the City of Scottsdale Water Subcommittee, and the City of Scottsdale Westworld Subcommittee. She served as a founding volunteer of the O’Connor House Avon Program, serving the needs of victims of domestic violence; and, as a member of the National Advisory Council of TGen’s Center for Rare Childhood Disease Research. Her favorite professional experiences have been serving on the Scottsdale City Council (2009-2013), and more recently, serving on the Board of the Scottsdale Charros. In her free time Lisa enjoys spending time with her family and riding her horses.

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