Priscilla Matthews is a television producer who lives in New York City’s TriBeCa. An Alaska native, she grew up in Southern California with her mother, an adventure travel writer, and her father, an attorney who specialized in environmental law. A graduate of Harvard University, Priscilla majored in Literature with a concentration on early 20th century Irish short stories. After graduation she was hired by Apple computer’s marketing department, where she met her husband Charles, a software designer. Three years later they married and moved to Los Angeles, where Charles was recruited by Pixar’s animation studios. Shortly thereafter Priscilla made the jump to the television industry where she began as a production assistant on the set of Melrose Place. After years of getting her hands wet in all aspects of television production from casting and script writing to set design and wardrobe, Priscilla moved to New York City for the chance to help produce Sex & the City. The mother of a teenaged daughter, Priscilla volunteers for God’s Love We Deliver and calls The Real Housewives franchise “my guilty pleasure.”
Lolly Price is a licensed social worker with a M.S.W. degree that she earned at New York University. The mother of a 12-month old son she calls “the miracle of my life,” she lives in a northern New Jersey town that is equidistant from Franklin Lakes and Manhattan’s Upper Westside where she was raised. An avid traveler with a natural curiosity about people and what makes them tick, she met her husband Frank, a commercial pilot for a major airline, while exploring Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. “When I went to Lizard Island I was hoping to discover a magical world beneath the ocean’s surface. But what I found was the man of my dreams,” she laughed. A competitive tennis player who once ranked in the top 300 worldwide, Lolly teaches a Mommy & Me yoga class three times a week and acts as the diving coach for the local high school’s swim team.
Julie Peterson is a current student at Eugene Lang College at The New School for Liberal Arts. A native of Atlanta, Georgia she decided to move to New York City when she was five and visited her aunt, a cellist in the New York Philharmonic. The glue who keeps Priscilla from Wasilla together, Julie is our beloved paid! intern who is responsible for photo research, proofreading, social networking and spreading good cheer. Set to graduate in 2013, Julie just declared her major in Literary Studies. A fan of film noir, Julie lives in Williamsburg and loves the Real Housewives, though she admits, “sometimes I can’t take the New Jersey cast. They scare me!”