Felicia Chew is a Network Weaver working for systems that support and empower community members, and promote personal and community responsibility, accountability, and an end to systemic domestic violence through education, advocacy, and outreach, including restorative practices and preventive, healthy habits and practices
Projects: Domestic Violence Support Services, Felicia Chew Community Projects, FM Project, “Pie, Felicia!” (Safe Space Project), Save Golden Pin Lanes (Safe Space Project), #SpeakUp Challenge, Transit Buddies, Tucson Quilt Project, Tucson Zines, Walk-A-Mile
Former Volunteer with: Pima County Attorney’s Office – Victim Services Division
Worked With: Oracle Area Revitalization Project, MOMs Demand Action, National Organization of Women, Represent US, People Demanding Action, KVOI, Amphi CORE, Amphitheater Public School District, Eastpointe High School, Presidio Schools, Tucson Unified School District, Flowing Wells School District, Coyote Trails Elementary School, Pima County Public Libraries
Environmental Educator / Sustainability Advocate
Working With: Environmental Education Exchange, Sustainable Tucson
Former Volunteer with Rillito Park Farmer’s Market, Cyclovia, Habitat for Humanity, Watershed Management Group
Small Business Owner and Supporter of Locally Owned Businesses
Felicia Chew Community Projects was founded on January 1, 2018, its mission: to provide a venue for education and support for the community.
Felicia Chew Community Projects works to end systemic domestic violence through building relationships in the community.
Member of: Local First Arizona
Partnered with: Ghini’s French Caffe, La Cocina, Monterey Court and Galleries, Golden Pin Lanes, The Gloo Factory, Church Ink Tattoo Parlor, The Surly Wench Pub, The House of Rossi, Jacques Taylor and the Real Deal, Midtown Tavern, Action Copy & Print, Wake Up Tucson, Valley of the Moon, GLOW!, and many other local businesses and individuals.