Priscilla completed her Bachelors in International Relations at Mills College in Oakland, California. During her time at Mills College, she participated in the Civic Leadership Institute where she gained an understanding of leadership and skills applicable to civic engagement. Her academic awards include a Dean’s Merit scholarship and an honorary lifetime membership in Pi Sigma Alpha honor society. Driven by her passion to create sound business practices, she is currently pursuing an Master of Science in Management degree at Texas A & M-Commerce Graduate School of Business.
Prior to pursuing her degree, Priscilla worked as a Program Coordinator for an organization in Southern California, where she helped to develop best business practices. During her time there she led new program initiatives, and served on the Employee Relations Board. Committed to empowering communities by economic initiatives, she volunteered as a fund developer for several non-profits including the Global Water Brigades Project, Casa de Las Amiga’s in Pasadena, California and served as a mentor and tutor for the Glendale Learning Project. During these experiences, she further developed a passion for economic empowerment.
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