Priscilla H. Wilson spent thirty-five years training groups and individuals to communicate and work more effectively together. Her work as a program designer, curriculum creator and trainer for leaders and facilitators took her across North America, South America, Pacific Islands, Northeast Asia and Europe. Priscilla's expertise encompasses program development, graphic design, facilitative training, diversity issues, life skills and mentoring. She designed curriculum and training packages for profit, non-profit and governmental organizations. She was one of the designers for the Global Wome's' Forum and LENS (Leadership Effectiveness and New Strategies) which were conducted on six continents. She was a facilitator in the Listening to the City town meeting, which facilitated local input on the future of Ground Zero. Priscilla has won numerous awards including the United Nations Kansas City World Citizen of the Year award in 1986. She earned a BA in Education from the University of Oklahoma with advanced studies at Northeastern University in Chicago.