Priscilla is a co-founder of NAT Design, a startup focused on designing and manufacturing high-quality modern furniture. She is also a board member of MyM Productores, a family-run business that exports ornamental plants to markets across America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
Priscilla has been actively engaged in the startup ecosystem in supporting organizations, and as an entrepreneur. Her experience includes working as a partnership manager at AUGE, the entrepreneurship agency of the University of Costa Rica, and serving in the economic diplomacy unit at the Embassy of the Netherlands in San José. In these positions, she supported early-stage entrepreneurs and promoted initiatives aimed at fostering innovation policies and university-industry collaborations. She also worked with the Costa Rican Foreign Trade Promoter (PROCOMER) and executed business acceleration programs in collaboration with local and international organizations. These programs were designed to assist companies in achieving their export objectives and raising capital through improved go-to-market strategies, financial analysis, and sustainable and effective governance practices.
Priscilla is a member of the Global Shaper Community San José, established by the World Economic Forum. She holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations, a degree in International Trade, and an MBA from the Institute of Technology of Costa Rica. Additionally, she has studied Chinese culture at the Shandong Normal University in China.