Priscilla has worked with individuals and teams in the automotive, financial services, and technology industries, as well as in government. She brings more than 25 years of real-world experience and thought leadership from the public and private sectors to client engagements. As a result, she knows how to walk the talk and readily shares her insights in a practical way to help her clients.
Her professional career includes key
executive positions in government, academics, and
business, where she was often the first woman and the
first African American:
a White House Fellow, she served as a Special Assistant
to William H. Webster,
Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, she held two key
for Public Safety and the Secretary of Consumer Affairs
and Business Regulations.
an instructor for the master’s program for Harvard
University Radcliffe Seminars,
taught courses in management, leadership, and
at General Motors, she worked closely with the
originator of the quality movement,
W. Edwards Deming.
Xerox Corporation, she held two innovative positions: as
the leader of the
government value marketing team; and as the principal
designing and developing a knowledge-sharing curriculum
that led to ASQC, KM Magazine recognition in this
Priscilla has presented at the Aspen Institute, Club of
Rome and has been a keynote speaker
at forums in Singapore, Australia, and Japan. Priscilla
has been invited by the governor’s commission in
Michigan and Iowa to speak about the importance of
ongoing learning and diversity, and has addressed the
World Futures Society. She translates her interest,
experience, and expertise into stories and presentations
that change behavior and have
a lasting impact.
She energized her audiences by offering new perspectives
on topics such as: Five Skills for the Future; Knowledge
Sharing in the New Economy; Using Positive Political
Skills at Work; Making Your Network Work for You;
Mentoring for Success; Leading the Way; and
Conversations That Matter.
She has published two articles on knowledge sharing and
is currently working on an article entitled: “Leadership
is a Conversation.”
Harvard Graduate School of Education, Class Marshall.
and B.S., Northeastern University. Member of the
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