Priscilla Ponce-Niedzwiedz’ ability to thrive in a mission-driven environment, coupled
with her personal and professional commitment to stand rigidly committed to justice and fight for the rights
of all people contributed to her pursuit of becoming an attorney. After receiving her degree in Business
Administration from the University of Texas at Brownsville, she worked for Customs and Border Protection as
a United States Border Patrol Agent for approximately eight years. During her career with Customs and Border
Protection, she received her Master's Degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas at
Priscilla was drawn to study law because she wanted to become and advocate for those less fortunate and underrepresented. As a law school student at the University of Houston Law Center, she interned as a law clerk for the Cameron County District Attorney’s office in Brownsville, Texas and held the position of judicial intern with the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas for Judge David Hittner and the Houston Immigration Courts. Also, Priscilla was a student attorney at the University of Houston Law Center’s Civil Clinic, Texas Innocence Network, and the Juvenile and Capital Advocacy Project. Priscilla took pride in providing the best representation for all her clients regardless of their financial situation. She was able to be their voice and assist them in their time of need.
She has long been an advocate for people in her community regardless of their economic background. Priscilla’s strong foundation working for the federal government and now in private practice will enable her to be an asset to this company and assist clients with integrity and compassion.
When not working, you can find Priscilla spending time with her family at the beach. She loves competitive sports and going on long bike rides.