Priscilla Hung (She, Her, Hers) is the Co-Director of Move to End Violence. She has spent 20 years dedicated to social justice movement-building, organizational development, and nonprofit management.
Most recently, she was a Program Director at Community Partners in Los Angeles, CA, where she provided capacity-building, peer learning, and knowledge sharing for strategic initiatives, in partnerships with grantmakers, and for their fiscally-sponsored projects. Prior to Community Partners, Priscilla was Executive Director of the Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training (GIFT). Through GIFT, she worked with grassroots, organizing, and community-based organizations around the country to provide training, resources, and movement-building opportunities related to fundraising. She served on the editorial board of their publication, the Grassroots Fundraising Journal, and has contributed several articles, including one on the prevalence of sexual harassment in fundraising.
Priscilla is co-chair of the Los Angeles AAPI Giving Circle. She has also served on the boards of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, which encourages grantmakers to provide more funding for social justice issues and disadvantaged communities, and the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum.
Priscilla holds a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies and Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. While at Berkeley, she led the campus sexual harassment and assault peer education program and co-coordinated Take Back the Night.
Her greatest everyday joys are hiking around Los Angeles with her partner and their dog, luxuriating in sun and ocean at the beach, spending time with her large and loving extended family, reading library books on the train, dreaming of and planning vacations, and trying (and failing) to keep their houseplants alive.