(She/Her/Hers) Hailing from Northern California, Felicia has always been engaged in environmental education and action. She solidified her love for the environment and interest in global happenings while studying at Warren Wilson College, where she obtained a BA in global studies. She took her education one step further and earned a master's degree in natural resources and sustainable development from the UN University for Peace outside of San Jose, Costa Rica as well as an master's degree in international affairs from American University in Washington, DC. During graduate school, Felicia focused her studies on agriculture policy in the United States, which led her to work as an agricultural supply chain researcher at the World Wildlife Fund. She later moved on to coordinate the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, one of the nation’s largest environmental film festivals.