Felicia serves as the Senior Manager of Organizing and Partnerships and is a passionate public administrator with a focus on children’s rights, IDEA (inclusion, diversity, equity, access) and reducing health disparities. She has more than a decade of experience in research, public health, program management and community health education. Felicia served as the Senior Companion Program Director at Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, in Cleveland, Ohio, and has held leadership positions with the Schubert Center for Child Studies at Case Western Reserve University and the Greater Cleveland Health Education and Service Council. She’s also an active volunteer with multiple organizations and has experience as a kinship caregiver and foster care provider. To enhance her commitment to serving youth and families, she recently joined the board of the Houston Angels, a nonprofit working for sustainable change in the foster care community. Felicia has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Public Administration, with a focus on Law and Public Policy. Felicia recently relocated to Texas from Ohio, along with her Siamese cat, Shichon dog, 40 houseplants and two sons!