Bobbi Borgo recently retired from the Westmoreland Intermediate Unit 7 where she provided learning support and speech/language support services in both parochial and public schools. An advocate for children with special needs, she continues to collaborate with educational professionals to promote literacy skills.
In addition to a lifelong love of learning, Bobbi is very passionate about music. She believes music is a universal language and a powerful means of communication. Her favorite musical experiences include portraying Lady Thiang in The King and I, singing in Italy (with the Greensburg Diocesan Choir for Pope Benedict XVI, at the Vatican and with the St. Vincent Camerata in Lodi and Bergamo), and performing with the PSO in the All University Choir and Singing City under the direction of renowned conductors, Robert Page and Manfred Honeck. Currently, Bobbi is a member of the St. Vincent Camerata, Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra Chamber Singers, and the Diocesan Choir of Greensburg.
Bobbi is a practicing Roman Catholic, has two adult children, and lives in Greensburg with her husband of forty years.