Priscilla is a Waco native and a graduate of Baylor University and Tarleton State University. Currently, Priscilla is a Master of Social Work Graduate Candidate at Tarleton State University. She works as a Bilingual Family Case Manager with a background in Child Protective Services, Victims of Domestic Violence in a Shelter Setting, In-Home Parenting Classes, and Completing Home Assessments and Licensing for Kinship Placements and Foster/Adopt Caregivers. Priscilla's strives to work with other leaders throughout the community to educate, empower and advocate for the members in the community. Priscilla’s goal has been to strengthen women’s voices and the voices of the under-resourced; by bringing diversity and having the opportunity to “communicate community”. Priscilla accomplishes just that by educating community members about amazing projects and resources that are available. She is a member of the Junior League of Waco, which is an organization that plugs women into the community and provides women with an opportunity to develop as a leaders. Along with JLW, Priscilla is an alum and volunteer of The LeadershipPLENTY Institute Waco, which strive to build leaders in the community. Priscilla also serves on the board of Foster Village Waco and serves as a the Mayor of the City of Beverly Hills.