Felicia Chew is the right candidate for Pima County Supervisor – District 3 – 2020.
Felicia moved to Tucson, Arizona in 2011, arriving from New Mexico, where she helped build a 100% sustainable home. While in New Mexico, she also lived and taught on the Zuni Indian Reservation at St. Anthony Indian School, where she was named Teacher of the Year. Felicia also taught for Gallup-McKinley County Schools, where she was awarded a Technology mini-grant, allowing her students to vlog.
Felicia has a passion for being a helper, and helping others make things better, for #EachOfUs and #AllOfUs. As a survivor of domestic violence, and friend with other survivors, and also with perpetrators, Felicia understands the need for personal responsibility, social responsibility, accountability, and restorative practices.
She understands that while most thinking is linear, it is necessary to think non-linearly, taking in the various perspectives, knowledge, and wisdom, through active listening. Through the process of courageous conversations, we can help end systemic domestic violence, and end the struggle for power and control, leading to less crime, and happier, healthier communities.
Policies should support people; people should not have to support policies.
Learn more about Felicia’s views on issues and policies surrounding Pima County.
Your support for Felicia is support for a future in Pima County that is sustainable fiscally and environmentally, where our children, and our posterity will have freedoms and liberties to make a difference in our local communities and beyond.
“We are each a piece of the puzzle of life. Without each of us our picture is incomplete.”
On November 3, 2020, remember:
Chew’s (Choose) the right candidate!