Felicia Mycyk is a Rotary tornado because of her many Rotary activities and leadership. She’s also a coach, mother, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and a devoted community leader.
Felicia joined Rotary in 2011. Her Rotary activities include serving as a Club Vice-President, then serving as Ambridge Club President for two years. She has chaired several committees including the Annual Community-Wide Car Cruise and Unity Day. She is now the Public Image/Social Media Chair for District 7300. She’s looking forward to her role as an incoming Assistant District Governor.
Felicia loves working with children. She heads up a youth program sponsored by the Ambridge Rotary Club that allows school-age children to have a free weekly activity throughout the summer. She started an EarlyAct Club in her local elementary school for 7 students to experience Rotary as early as Kindergarten. She helped the EarlyAct Club do a successful Shoes for Nicaragua project.
What Felicia loves most about Rotary is the ability to connect with people locally, nationally and internationally just by being an active Rotarian. She regrets not having more time to devote to Rotary service. She is a Paul Harris Fellow.
Since 2006 Felicia has provided consulting services helping businesses, organizations and communities focus on goals, not tasks, in their pursuit of success. She also does motivational speaking and facilitates a workshop for others to set a plan and move forward with their decisions. Felicia tirelessly works to engage her local community, Ambridge, in a meaningful way by changing its conversation and perception. Through her work in the community, she pulled a team together to create Ambridge Connection, a community resource that promotes civic engagement. She 8 loves to write stories, produce videos, and provide live coverage for local happenings that matter to her community.
Felicia is a sports Wonder Woman. She played football for the Pittsburgh Passion as a starting cornerback. She coached competition cheerleading, varsity track, various football camps as well as high school and youth football. She now serves as a football coach for Moon Area School District. She also provides one on one speed and agility coaching focusing on multi-directional speed.
A former Girl Scout board member and troop leader, Felicia served on various boards throughout the region including Leaders Serving Beaver County and Laughlin Memorial Library. She was recognized with the “Be the Change” award by the Pennsylvania Governor’s Conference for Women. She was honored for her leadership involvement as a coach at the Black History Achievement Award Banquet. 9 Felicia was recently selected as one of the “40 Under 40” to participate in the Legacy Zone Young Professionals Summit in Cleveland.
Felicia spends as much time as possible with her husband, Nathaniel, and their four children. She and Nathaniel first met while in elementary school. She moved out of Ambridge for a while and when she returned, they started dating.
As an entrepreneur, a mother of four and wife, Felicia had to figure out how to balance her energy. She loves to share her experiences to help empower and inspire others to move to the next level of their lives. Felicia believes that most great achievements are combined efforts doing daily habits and accomplishments. She loves helping others win by inches with play-by-play victories. She finds this calming and relaxing. What a wonderful role model for all of us to emulate.