Felicia Chew Community Projects was founded by Felicia Chew in January 2018, in an effort to promote happier and healthier communities, through sharing stories, art, perspectives, and the use of restorative and transformative activities.
About Our Founder
Felicia is a certified teacher in both California and Arizona, with past certification in New Mexico. As an educator of students from Grades 3-12, Felicia has a broad experience of working with students and their families from a diverse background.
Felicia has experiences in public and private schools, with an emphasis on students who are not engaged in the regular classroom, and helping families identify strategies that will best support the student’s path to success.
Felicia is active in the community, serving on PTOs and Community Boards, including holding the former seat of Chairperson of the Tucson Police Department Citizen Advisory Review Board, and working as a crisis responder, focused on trauma awareness, and as a CourtWatcher and Legal Observer.
Most recently, Felicia has participated in the Border Patrol Citizen Academy Class.
Felicia believes that acceptance by community members of personal and community responsibility are necessary for healthy relationships and communities, for each of us and all of us.
Felicia believes in doing the right thing always, and living in the world, but not of the world.
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“We are each a piece of the puzzle of life. Without each of us, our picture is incomplete.”