Board-elected (current term ends 2013)
Priscilla has been a non-profit executive primarily in health and global health related organizations, including WaterLife Foundation, Northern Westchester Hospital Foundation, African Medical and Research Foundation, Mailman School of Public Health – Columbia University, Nassau AHRC, Friends of Hospice. She also engaged in short-term consultancies with USAID in Poland and Slovakia.
Priscilla has served on the advisory board of Friends of Hospice, Manhasset and on the board of The Taghkanic Chorale. She has held memberships in the Association of Fund Raising Professionals and Global Health Council.
Priscilla is a member of NPCA’s Directors Circle, and its member groups, Friends of Uganda and Big Apple Corps (NYC). She is an active participant in NPCA ‘s Advocacy Program.
Priscilla served in the Peace Corps in Uganda at Masaka Senior Secondary School where she taught several subjects. She advised student organizations and developed a student-sustained African history collection in the school library. She also Collaborated with Peace Corps colleagues and others to develop an African History syllabus for Ugandan schools.
Late in life she served in Peace Corps Crisis Corps (now Peace Corps Response), USA1 – Katrina, Alabama. She provided individual assistance for applicants from Gulf States affected by the disaster to help them access support from FEMA, state and community resources. She is also a Presenter on behalf of Peace Corps at student career information programs.