The FAO Schwarz Fellowship is the focus of the FAO Schwarz Family Foundation. The Trustees nominate and evaluate applications from prospective host organizations, and serve as mentors to current fellows.
As Executive Director of the FAO Schwarz Family Foundation, Priscilla created and leads the FAO Schwarz Fellowship Program. She brings to this role strategic planning and leadership experience developed through experience in the private sector—at McKinsey and Morgan Stanley—and in the nonprofit sector at Citizen Schools and Beacon Academy.
Priscilla graduated with honors from Harvard Business School and summa cum laude from Williams College. She was the recipient of a Rotary Graduate Scholarship in Italy and of the Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs in California. Priscilla is married to Tony Weiner, a physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, and has two young adult children.
As Manager of the FAO Schwarz Fellowship, Taylor supports the program’s outreach and operations.
Taylor completed her FAO Schwarz Fellowship in 2021 at Year Up, a workforce development nonprofit working to close the Opportunity Divide. She currently works as the Executive & Impact Communications Manager at Saxbys, a Certified B Corp and hospitality & education company. She is passionate about making education and opportunity available to all. In her free time, she can be found reading, writing, or playing tennis.
Taylor holds a B.A. in English from Washington & Lee University in Lexington, VA.
Director, Communications & Outreach
Mari Badger provides communications strategy and manages the website, digital communications and outreach for the FAO Schwarz Fellowship. She has worked in marketing and communications for more than 25 years, primarily in the nonprofit sector.
Mari has an A.B. in Philosophy from Princeton University.
Alex Millard, Board Chair
Eliza Ladd Schwarz
Dorothy S. Hines
Caroline Schwarz Schastny
Eric Schwarz, Former Chair
Marshall Schwarz, Former Chair
Frederick A.O. Schwarz, Jr., Esq., Former Chair
Rae Paige Schwarz
Dr. Elizabeth Wing
Special thanks to the Dorot Foundation for support of the FAO Schwarz Fellowship program.