Priscilla Lopez is the Stewardship Officer/Leadership Gifts Associate at ACLU of Northern California. In this role, Priscilla provides essential fundraising support to build robust and lasting partnerships with philanthropic stakeholders. She is also an integral member of the team leading a historic, nationwide fundraising initiative to advance civil liberties and civil rights in celebration of the ACLU’s 100-year anniversary in 2020.
Prior to joining the ACLU, Priscilla was the Development Associate with Alonzo King LINES Ballet, where she provided administrative support for major gift fundraising, served as the liaison to the board of directors, and managed small- to large-scale donor cultivation events. Previously, she worked as a program coordinator overseeing social justice arts education programs with Performing Arts Workshop.
Priscilla currently serves as vice president of communications on the board of directors for Latino Young Democrats of the East Bay, advocating for the Latino community in Alameda County. She also serves on the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of AFP Golden Gate Chapter and is currently a Hispanics in Philanthropy Next Generation Leadership Fellow.
Priscilla is a graduate of San Francisco State University, where she earned a B.A in Political Science. She is also a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Scholar and a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholar.
In her spare time, she enjoys doing ballet & Afro-Brazilian dance in addition to exploring national parks through backpacking excursions with her fiancé.