Priscilla Hunt

 Priscilla

Priscilla Hunt was born to a political family in the Philippines, and immigrated to the United States at age 21, a realization of her lifelong dream.  She started off working in the entertainment industry, and eventually put her entrepreneurial skills to the test when she ran the five Mexican restaurants of her former spouse.  She’s currently President/CEO Hunt Enterprises, a company that develops and manages high-quality residential communities, including commercial and industrial facilities throughout Southern California. Priscilla and husband Donald’s philanthropic efforts have benefited institutions such as The Torrance Memorial Hospital, The Salvation Army, The Little Company of Mary, and the USC Marshall Business School, among others.