Trustee Jaworski-Quintanilla is a mother to two elementary aged boys at Mark West School. She’s also a proud alum of both Mark West and San Miguel elementary schools and remembers vividly the ground-breaking event when Riebli was built.
Born to immigrant parents from El Salvador and Nicaragua, Priscilla grew up in Sonoma County and was a graduate of Maria Carrillo’s first graduating class in 1999. In 2003 she graduated Cum Laude from the University of Southern California (USC) with a degree in International Affairs and Theatre. Priscilla works for a local credit union and is committed to the community through a variety of different activities.
In addition to serving on the MWUSD Board of Trustees, Trustee Jaworski-Quintanilla serves on the LBC’s Latino Advisory Council, is an active participant of Leadership Santa Rosa (Class 36) and is a new board member of Career Technical Education Foundation of Sonoma County. Previously, she served on both boards of the Santa Rosa Chambers Young Professional Network and the Young Professional Group of the Hispanic Chamber and was honored in 2014 as one of North Bay Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty young professionals.
Trustee Jaworski-Quintanilla has a extensive background in youth development previously working with organizations such as the Boys & Girls Club of Central Sonoma County, Music Together early childhood music development, and serving as the Managing Director of The Unusual Suspects Theatre Company (US), a nationally recognized nonprofit organization empowering incarcerated and institutionalized youth through theatre in Southern California.