APHA/KAISER PERMANENTE FELLOW
Felicia (she/her/hers) is the 2023-2024 APHA Kaiser Permanente Fellow. She is a second-generation immigrant of Guyana. She holds a B.S. in Biology and Psychology from The University of Georgia as well as a MPH from Georgia State University with a focus in Epidemiology. She possesses a strong passion for public health research and a drive to make a positive impact on the well-being of others, specifically in
During her graduate studies, Felicia was a research intern at Kaiser Permanente, where she led participant sessions on healthy habits and provided guidance as well as support for participants of the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP Hoops). As a Graduate Research Assistant at the Center for Leadership Disability at Georgia State University, Felicia worked with Project AWARE across multiple counties in Georgia to build or expand the capacity of State Educational Agencies in partnership with State Mental Health Agencies overseeing school-aged youth.
In her most recent role, Felicia showcased expertise in 340B compliance and program optimization. With her exceptional analytical skills and leadership abilities, she lead a team of subject matter experts and presented webinars on current topics in the 340B space.
Felicia possesses a detail-oriented and resourceful approach to her work, and is committed to continuous improvement in the global community. As part of her volunteer work with a local refugee clinic in Georgia, Felicia educated individuals in various community spaces about COVID-19, and had conversations to change the perception of the vaccine; increasing the number of vaccinated persons. As a forward-thinking leader with years of experience in pharmacy, Felicia specializes in patient care to ultimately reduce the health equity gap.