Felicia is an educator that has worked in various settings and schools since 2001. She worked as a secondary school substitute teacher from 2001-2006 working in East Los Angeles area secondary schools and helping to organize educational and empowering assemblies and programming within the schools. She has also conducted creative writing, poetry, and ‘zine workshops in afterschool programs and conferences with various schools, universities, non-profit arts and social service agencies.
At the college level Felicia has taught at UC Santa Barbara and East LA College and Cal State LA
— UC Santa Barbara “Contemporary Chican@ Art” –
— East Los Angeles College “Chican@ Politics”
She is available to teach college level Chicanaox Studies, Ethnic Studies, and Women’s Studies courses. Her area of study and interest is Chicanaox art, Chicanaox culture, Chicanaox poetry and literature, performance & cultural studies, Chicana feminisms, Chicana spirituality/religions, Mesoamerican Art and spiritualities/religions and more.
Felicia holds a B.A from UCLA in World Arts & Cultures with a minor in Chican@ Studies, a M.A in Chican@ Studies from Cal State Northridge, and a M.F.A from Otis College of Art & Design in Public Practice Art.
Please contact Felicia directly for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org