MEd (honors), Human Development & Psychology, Harvard University
BA, Political Science, University of Georgia
BA, Journalism, University of Georgia
Felicia is a PhD student at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, pursuing a joint doctorate degree in Psychology and Behavioral Science. She has professional experience in both academia and industry.
She launched the Behavioral Science capability at Edelman within the Business Transformation group, where she advises Fortune 500 companies on strategy, corporate affairs, and behavior change.
Felicia previously served as an adjunct professor at Syracuse University and currently co-teaches two MBA courses on workplace culture at Chicago Booth.
She is co-author of the forthcoming book I Don’t Just Work Here: The New Purpose of Workplace Culture.
Felicia’s research interests include motivation, beliefs, workplace culture, and quality of life. One of her primary research objectives is to develop a generalizable measure of quality of life so it can be quantified and compared across communities and contexts.
Felicia presented at the Becker Friedman Institute for Economics at the University of Chicago during the 2022 Discrimination in the 21st Century Conference. As a panelist, she discussed the impact of discrimination on economic growth.