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Priscilla Huang

Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum
Independent Consultant
Los Angeles, CA
Priscilla Huang, JD, is an independent consultant and currently works with various clients in the non-profit and governmental sectors. Priscilla has 15 years of experience working with non-profit organizations, and spent 10 years dedicated to federal policy work in Washington, DC. She was the former Senior Director of Impact Strategies at the Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF), a national health justice organization dedicated to improving the lives of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders and other communities of color. At APIAHF, Priscilla served as its primary strategist and supervised the organization’s policy, government relations, communications and research staff. Prior to APIAHF, Priscilla served as the policy and programs director at the National Asian Pacific American Women’sForum where she oversaw the federal policy advocacy and government relations for their immigrant rights, anti-trafficking and reproductive justice programs. She has also worked with a variety of direct service and policy women’s organizations on issues of gender discrimination,abortion, domestic violence, and homelessness in the San Francisco/Bay Area and Washington, DC. Priscilla has served on several boards and advisory committees, and has been recognized for her leadership by the National Immigration Law Center, White House Champion of Change, FamiliesUSA, the Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust, and others. Priscilla graduated from American University, Washington College of Law, where she was one of ten PublicInterest/Public Service Scholars. She graduated with BA in English and Philosophy from Boston College.