Priscilla grew up on a ranch in White Bird and graduated as student body president and valedictorian of Salmon River High in Riggins. She earned a B.S. in biology from the United States Air Force Academy and an M.S. Degree in physiology. An NCAA Division athlete, she’s the author of Curiously Strong: A Female Fighter Pilot’s Story of Developing Strength. Priscilla was awarded “Top Gun” as A-10 fighter pilot, served nine years active duty, including three combat deployments, accumulating 1,000 combat flight hours in the MC-12. Priscilla received Idaho’s 2018 Outstanding Woman Veteran Award. She’s a lifetime member of the NRA, American Legion, VFW, and AmVets.
After separating from active duty, Priscilla was elected to the Idaho House of Representatives, serving District 7A since 2016. She lives in White Bird with her husband Matt and their two daughters, Hannah and Gwendolyn.