Why Felicia does this work...
I do this work because I believe that all people are created in the image and likeness of their Creator and that image deserves respect and dignity. I do this work to humanize others and empower them to evolve to see that image inside of them to do great things. I believe that the least among us possess the world’s greatest power for change.
Felicia joined THEI in the Fall of 2023 as the Academic Coordinator for West Tennessee. A native to the region, Felicia began her collegiate career at the University of Memphis, Lambuth where she studied Journalism with a concentration in Public Relations. In 2023, she obtained her Master’s in Instructional Design specializing in Adult Learning. Felicia began her career at Regional Inter-Faith Association as the Communication Coordinator and the Jackson Arts Council as Office Manager. Working in these organizations helped her to learn the importance of service oriented work and the rewards of impacting your community. Felicia is excited to use her gifts, talents, and experience to further the THEI mission.