Patrician Price brings a diverse background spanning from the environmental, health, and political communities to the entertainment industry. Her career began as a professional singer and producer of high-profile events in the entertainment industry, such as the prestigious Women in Film Crystal Awards. From there, she managed the public information office for a southern California city overseeing media relations, public relations, marketing and promotion, and special events. In addition, she served as geographic liaison to 28 cities in Los Angeles County for the four-county air quality control agency, representing over 16.5 million people in Southern California. Price also developed community outreach and marketing programs and special events focusing on educating and informing the public about the health issues related to air pollution. Additionally, she served as the vice president of a non-profit healthcare advocacy organization in Sacramento, California and as the interim executive director for the California chapter of the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America.
Price graduated from California State University, Northridge with a bachelor’s degree in broadcasting. She completed studies in public relations, special events and fundraising from University of California, Los Angeles. In addition, she was certified from the California Specialized Training Institute in Crisis Communications & the Media. Price is an active member of the North Florida Public Relations Society of America.