Ms. Borow-Johnson has led a varied professional life. As a child, she was an actress and model, and made numerous public appearances. Later in life, she became the first woman to serve as a vice president of the American Medical Association, and she has consulted for Fortune 500 companies, such as AOL and Pfizer.
She has now spent the last three decades immersed in the television industry, and drawing on an expert understanding of media management, she leads the broadcasting company, AMMP, Inc., as president and CEO. For the last four years, Ms. Borow-Johnson has been responsible for overseeing and sustaining the company’s creative vision and the look and feel of the network. In order to accomplish this goal, she manages Web-based advertising and public relations, and coordinates the advertising team. She also aims to advance the network with interactive digital applications and create consumer strategies for video-based business. Ms. Borow-Johnson’s ultimate objective is to expand the capabilities within the network and even establish additional networks.
Her ability to think outside of the box has helped her reach her professional targets thus far, as has her fearlessness. Moreover, she is concerned for staying current with changes in the industry. She belongs to the leading organization, Women in Cable Telecommunications and the National Cable & Telecommunications Association. Ms. Borow-Johnson has been named a Savvy Woman Under 40, ranked among Glamour's top-10 outstanding working women, and featured by the Healthy Living Beauty and Fashion Network.
Aside from her industry affiliations, she is involved in the professional groups, Phi Theta Kappa and the Women's Health Initiative. Ms. Borow-Johnson sits on various boards as well. She is on the board for We Move, the board of advisers for Girls Guide, and the women’s board for the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Goucher College, as a magna cum laude graduate, and a Master of Arts from Goddard College. She is also certified in child psychotherapy by the Judge Baker Children's Center.