Isabel Case Borgatta (1921-2017) was a sculptor, educator, and lecturer active in New York City, New York.
Borgatta was born in Illinois in 1921 and from an early age became interested in sculpture, winning an Ivory Soap carving contest at the age of thirteen. She studied at Smith College and Yale University and at the studio of Jose de Creft. As a married mother of three, Borgatta recognized the imbalance of women in her field and was a founding member of Women in the Arts. She died in New York state in 2017.