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Guest Name
Priscilla Rahn
Guest Occupation
Vice Chairman Colorado Republican Committee
Guest Biography

Priscilla Rahn, M.A.Ed, Hon. Doctor of Humane Letters

Priscilla is the proud daughter of an Army Veteran
Priscilla's father was drafted, became a career army soldier, served our great nation for 29 years and retired as a CW4.  He is a Vietnam War veteran and had tours to Germany, Korea and Honduras. Moving every few years was the norm for Priscilla.  The family's last assignment was to Ft. Hood, TX. Priscilla is the youngest of six children. 

Priscilla grew up in a multi-lingual, multi-cultural home
Priscilla's mom remembers a unified Korea.  The start of the Korean War in 1950 left Priscilla's mom an orphan at the age of 12.  She immigrated to the US and began taking martial arts classes.  Today, she is an 8th degree Grand Master.  In 2019, Priscilla's mom was inducted into the Korean Martial Arts Master's Hall of Fame. Priscilla has lived and studied internationally in Korea, Italy, France and England.  Her love for travel and culture has taken her to many countries in almost every continent and she has lead student tours to Australia and China.

Priscilla is a career educator
Priscilla is a 28-year veteran public school Master Teacher; an elite distinction held by less than 1% of Colorado's teachers.  She was the first teacher in Colorado to become National Board Certified in Early Adolescent/Young Adult Music. Priscilla has worked in urban, suburban and rural schools in Texas, Colorado and Alaska as a public school teacher, principal, Regional Team Specialist, teacher evaluator/coach, Summer ELA Site Leader, high school tennis and volleyball coach and higher education Student Teacher Supervisor at CCU.  Priscilla volunteered her time as Secretary of the Denver Classroom Teachers Association.

Priscilla is a Douglas County Planning Commissioner
In 2021, Priscilla was appointed by the Douglas County Commissioners to serve as one of nine appointees on the Planning Commission.  Members adopt and certify the County’s Master Plan, review and make recommendations on land use applications, conduct studies on future growth and land use, and recommend zoning and subdivision regulation amendments to the Board of County Commissioners.

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