Priscilla was born and raised in Chesapeake, Virginia and graduated from Indian River High School. She started her undergraduate studies at Tidewater Community College and went on to Old Dominion University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in business administration, with a focus in international business, specifically in South America.
She then attained her law degree from Regent University, where she was involved with the James Kent Inn of Court and had the opportunity to intern with ZIM, the Chesapeake General District Court, Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission and Hampton Roads Legal Services. She was also a volunteer with the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia and Regent University's Center for Global Justice.
After graduating from law school in May 2020, Priscilla joined the office staff in August as a legal assistant and became an associate attorney after receiving a passing score on the July bar exam and becoming licensed in Virginia. She works closely with Mrs. Carnegie in handling a wide array of client matters. She also acts as a Guardian ad litem for adult and has earned her certificate in Boston University's Genealogical Principles Course.
Outside of the office, she likes to spend time with her husband and dogs and enjoys being outdoors as often as possible.
“I enjoy working with the staff here and learning multiple civil practice areas. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to learn about the practice of law from a great role model like Mrs. Carnegie.”