Priscila Giraldo


Priscila Giraldo has over 33 years experience in the Entertainment Industry working as an executive assistant to senior studio executives. During this time, she’s worked for executives at Columbia Pictures, Carolco Pictures, Geffen Records and DreamWorks Studios. Priscila immigrated to the United State from Colombia, South America at the age of five and has lived in Los Angeles since. She began her media career while a sophomore in High School working as a bilingual news reporter for “Student News / Noticiero Estudiantil”, a 15 minute news program produced and recorded at KLCS, Channel 58. She received a degree in Radio & TV Broadcasting from California State University, Los Angeles. She is widely acknowledged for her commitment to engaging the entertainment industry in community service and spends a significant amount of her time putting her beliefs into practice in varied communities around Southern California.

Priscila is the dedicated mother of two teenagers, one an accomplished musician, the other a beautiful and spirited daughter born with Rett Syndrome, a unique neurodevelopmental disorder that affects primarily females. The parent of a child with special needs, Priscila is the Co-Founder and Secretary of the Special Children’s Art Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a socially inclusive therapeutic painting program for youth with special needs and their communities, in Los Angeles County. Priscila is also an active participant of SoCal Rett: A Resource Site for Southern California Families with children with Rett Syndrome. In her free time, she enjoys spending time in nature, spiritual growth, and volunteering as a youth camp counselor, Sunday school teacher, and attending field trips for special education classrooms.

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