Priscilla Rahn is the Vice Chairman of the Colorado Republican Party, an educator, small business entrepreneur and Douglas County Planning Commissioner. Her father served in the army and is a Vietnam War Veteran and her mother is an immigrant from Seoul, S. Korea and Korean Martial Arts Masters Hall of Fame inductee. Priscilla grew up in the United States and Korea and is multi-lingual. She graduated from Texas Christian University with a degree in Music Education and became Colorado’s first National Board-Certified teacher in Early Adolescent/Young Adult music, an elite distinction held by less than 1% of Colorado’s teachers. Priscilla also worked as a principal in Alaska and Colorado. She is the 2020 Harriet Tubman “Moses” Teacher Leader of the Year recipient from The EduCtr and bestowed an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from the Aspen Theological Seminary.
Priscilla is a volunteer pianist at her church, wife and bonus mom to one son.