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Our Founder

Our Founder’s commitment to children began before law school. She was a teacher for several years, volunteered extensively with the Cobb County Juvenile Court and served as a member of the Cobb County Juvenile Court’s Diversion Panel and Judicial Citizen’s Panel. While in law school, she secured an internship at the court where she personally observed and became well versed in how the juvenile court system operated as a whole and the many options and resources available to children. At the conclusion of her internship with the court, she went on to intern at Georgia Legal Services, a non-profit law agency, where she assisted in providing Equal Justice and Equal Access to legal representation for Georgia’s low income citizens. 

Priscilla lives in the metro Atlanta area with her husband and their three children. Their eldest son is Autistic and non verbal, and they have gladly worked as his advocate for the last 19 years. Their son serves as her inspiration in ensuring every child receives Access to Education and appropriate Special Education Services.  

Priscilla served her country honorably and is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. She is a cum laude graduate of the John Marshall Law School, and is a two time distinguished recipient of the CALI Excellence For Future Award, an award given to the highest scoring student in each law class, for Education Law and Trial Advocacy.  Priscilla is licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia and admitted to practice in all of Georgia’s state and juvenile courts, the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court.

 
She remains committed to her local and global community; she currently serves as Youth Director and Minister at her church, World Ministry Christian Church.  She is an active member of the National Association of Counsel for Children, Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates and serves on the Ambassadors of Cobb CASA Inc. Board of Directors.