Christina (Tina) Giovinazzo was born and raised in Hatboro. Her activism began at an early age, joining the Millbrook Society during middle school. At 17, she ran a petition campaign to prevent the Joshua Potts house from being demolished. Her continued time with the Millbrook Society (including her service as Vice President of the Student Corp) inspired her to remain active in her community. These childhood experiences would ultimately yield a life-long passion for historic preservation, supporting local charities, and inspiring community service through volunteerism.
Since then, she has served as the Chairman of the Hatboro Historic Commission, President of the Hatboro Resident’s Association, and continues to volunteer for events such as the annual Thanksgiving parade, Farmer’s Market, and the HAT Packs program. Currently, she is the Borough Historian in addition to serving as co-chair of the Zoning Hearing Board.
A working professional, Tina has a strong background in Supply Chain Management. In 2017, Tina was diagnosed with breast cancer. While receiving treatment, she still maintained her management role within a growing manufacturing business and continued to fulfill her family obligations, raising her two young children (Meghan and AJ) with her husband David in the borough they love.
Tina’s extensive leadership experience and her passion for teamwork make her the right candidate for Borough Council. Her years of service to her community have prepared her to make well-informed decisions for Hatboro. As a long-time activist for the borough, she will service our residents, uphold the character of our town, and continue to work toward a shared vision of our future. As your councilwoman, she will act as the voice of our residents, striving to provide the highest quality of life and making decisions based on the interests of the community.