Bring a friend to help end systemic domestic violence! Please join us on July 28 between 4-6 pm at Ghini’s Caffe (1803 E Prince Road – corner of E Prince and Campbell, south of St. Phillip’s Plaza). Click here for event details. Please register in advance!
Thank you for visiting!
My name is Felicia Chew. I am a Mother, Teacher, and Advocate for each of us, and for all of us. I am the Founder of Felicia Chew Community Projects, and I am running for Amphitheater School Board. The election is on November 6, 2018. I hope I can gain your trust and support for my campaign, and that you will “Vote Felicia Chew“!
I moved to Tucson from New Mexico where I lived and taught on the Zuni Indian Reservation and also for Gallup-McKinley County Schools. I was born and raised in California, and became a helper at Esprit de la Danse; a TA for Ballet classes, Asian-American Studies classes, and Resource Classes in Davis; and taught for the Woodland Joint Unified School District, eventually becoming the District Interventions Coordinator.
In Tucson, I worked at La Baguette Bakery, the Home Depot, and I taught at the Bright Star Learning Center, the JCC, Animas Dance Center, ZUZI!, for the Amphitheater Public School District, Tucson Unified School District, Flowing Wells School District, Presidio School, and the Tucson Hebrew Academy.
I currently work as a substitute teacher, and also with “Felicia Chew Community Projects“. The three main Projects at this time focus on identifying gaps in social services and building bridges. The “Tucson Quilt Project” allows Tucsonans (and visitors) to share their messages and ideas with the community.
The “Tucson Zines” Project (pronounced ‘zeens’) provides a voice for tweens and teens in Tucson and the surrounding areas. The “Domestic Violence Support Services” Project provides education, advocacy, and outreach to victims and survivors of domestic abuse, and also to their families, and families of perpetrators.
I hope you have a great day, and I look forward to seeing you soon!
“We are each a piece of the puzzle of life. Without each of us, our picture is incomplete.”