Felicia has been a business owner and operator of long-term care facilities in LA and MS for 25 years. She is also the mother of three sons. Her experience with non-profits began in 2010 as an active member of can-do.org, a small grass-roots disaster relief organization where she has been a board member for the past two years. Felicia has personally funded multiple relief and rebuilding projects in Haiti following the devastating earthquake in 2010. In February of 2012, she returned to Haiti to complete an orphanage revitalization project started by her oldest son, Whitney, prior to his tragic death in November of 2011. Felicia also oversaw relief operations in Birmingham, AL after the tornados in 2011. Last year, serving as Southeast division coordinator for Can-Do, she organized relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Isaac which devastated much of LaPlace, LA.
Felicia has been an active and generous supporter of local charities including the Roots of Music, The Make It Right Foundation, Hogs for A Cause, and The New Orleans Film Society. Since recently starting her own film company in New Orleans, Felicia is focusing her love of the film industry in New Orleans and her passion of helping at-promise youth into the COOL Cooperative.