Buyer's Agent, Listing Agent, Property Management
Eastern University: Bachelor's Degree, Business
Priscilla was born in the Philadelphia area. Most of her life has been spent on the Newtown Square and Berwyn area, namely the Main Line. For 25 years, Priscilla was a "domestic engineer", and enjoyed being the mother to Kendra and Kenneth, Jr.
Her life has been shaped by some unusual experiences. While going through a divorce and completing her second year of college, her daughter was diagnosed with Chronic Granulocytic Leukemia in 1993. She received a bone marrow transplant at Stanford University. Priscilla was her primary caregiver, which covered 24 hours a day for a year and a half. Despite all of their efforts and prayers, her daughter, age 25, died in June 1994. This experience has instilled in Priscilla immense compassion and an understanding of the stress and changes people encounter. Priscilla transformed this negative life experience into a positive one by joining the marrow recruitment efforts of the National Marrow Donor Program.
From Fall 1995 until Spring 1997, Priscilla was Philadelphia Director and Coordinator for HLA Registry Foundation. She single-handedly orchestrated over 27 bone marrow donor drives, which enrolled 2,932 donors into the National Marrow Donor Program. Priscilla is very proud that she could give back to a community of people that were there to help her and her daughter.
During this donor recruitment period, Priscilla continued her business degree program and graduated from Eastern University, St. Davids, PA in 1996. Plus simultaneously, she became an investor at the New Jersey Shore with two partners. It was natural for Priscilla to become educated in real estate.
Priscilla is a focused person, well organized, and a self-starter. She decided to enter the real estate profession to use her skills to help buyers and sellers achieve their goals in accomplishing "the move" that is definitely in the pursuit of happiness. She looks for the good in all situations, and hopefully, is a positive influence. To reiterate but not lessen, seeking to make a difference, small or large, is life's mission. Priscilla is all for it!