Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that Priscilla Douglas has been appointed to the Boston Public Library Board of Trustees.
“Priscilla Douglas has a distinguished history of public service at both the state and national levels, and the City of Boston is honored to have her join Boston Public Library’s Board of Trustees and utilize her knowledge and expertise to further our iconic institution’s important work,” said Mayor Martin J. Walsh.
Priscilla H. Douglas, PhD is the Founder and Principal of PH Douglas & Associates, a consulting firm that helps leaders achieve breakthrough results. Her professional career includes key executive positions in government, academics, and business. As a White House Fellow, she served as a Special Assistant to William H. Webster, Director of the FBI. She was elected by her peers to serve on the White House Fellows Alumni Association.
Within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts she has served as Assistant Secretary for Public Safety and Secretary of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulations. A former instructor in the master’s program for Harvard University Radcliffe Seminars, she taught courses in management, leadership, and organizational behavior.
Douglas is a member of the Massachusetts Women’s Forum.