Priscilla Hernandez is Vice President of the Hollenbeck Police Business Council. A nationally recognized organization, Hollenbeck Police Business Council is a five-decade dedicated provider of safe and quality afterschool programming and most notably the founding agency of the Inner-City Games (now known as After-school All-Stars).
Prior to serving at the Hollenbeck Police Business Council, Hernandez served as a Deputy Director under Governor Schwarzenegger in Los Angeles and Sacramento. Her tenure with Governor Schwarzenegger has been noted for her coalition building, highly-visible event planning, project management and external relations with key California stakeholders. Hernandez was part of the Proposition 49 Initiative that helped secure funding for afterschool programming.
Ms. Hernandez has an extensive background in philanthropy and non-profit organization as an executive officer in the field of prevention and intervention. She has been actively involved in the community and professional activities at both regional and national levels. She most recently served as Chair of a Commission in the City of Pasadena, exploring methods of transitioning the city into an Age-Friendly environment for the city’s senior population. Boards she has also served on include Boy Scouts of America Los Angeles, Inner-City Games, and UC Berkeley Chicano Alumni Association.
Ms. Priscilla Hernandez received her undergraduate degree at the University of California at Berkeley and a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Southern California. She currently resides in Pasadena with her husband Zachary and two young sons Zacky (6) and Jacob (1).