For the second year in a row Coach Felicia Mycyk held her all-girls football camp called Zone Coverage. Girls traveled from several counties and states to participate in the girls football camp held in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.
"Giving girls the space to see themselves as athletes empowers them to build confidence and self-esteem," said Coach Mycyk.
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Titusville Rotary Club members and guests of the local business community met on Tuesday to hear from motivational speaker Felicia Mycyk at the 2022 Annual Free Enterprise Luncheon.
The event had previously been the Rotary’s part of Chamber Month, but has since become a stand alone event allowing business leaders to hear from experts in various fields.
While no longer part of Chamber Month, the luncheon is a joint venture by the Titusville Rotary Club and the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce. According to Chris Fiely, president of the Rotary Club, the purpose of the event “is joining business and community leaders to celebrate our country’s economic system and learn from guest speakers.”
Thank you for inviting me to recite my original poem during the Beaver County Democrats Black History Month celebration Building Better Bridges Together: Virtual Poetry Reading It was great to hear all of the wonderful poetry from history and new.
I appreciated being asked to be a part of this event.
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NEW VIDEO! Jaggin’ Around With… motivational coach and speaker Felicia Mycyk of Felicia Mycyk Coaching and Consulting.
Felicia lives and breathes her purpose of elevating others by amplifying the leader within them. She offers speaking, consulting or coaching services that utilize fundamental sport coaching techniques to help individuals, teams, and corporate clients reach an unprecedented level of self-leadership; empowering them to lead themselves and lead others.
This video interview by Rachael Rennebeck and John Chamberlin, YaJagoff Podcast
A few years ago I worked for a political campaign. At a team meeting about neighborhood canvassing, there was a discussion on what dates and locations to visit. One of the members told me that I cannot go to a few towns because my skin color would hurt the candidate in the polls. Also, my safety was a concern. It set me back for a millisecond and reminded me that not everyone was as progressive as the candidate. It was more shocking that the person that said it to me was a young male in his 20s.
We made it through the first nine weeks!
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