Felice Gomez-Spencer joined Earthjustice in 2013 after earning a master’s degree in library and information science. Felice has nearly 20 years of nonprofit fundraising experience.
Prior to Earthjustice, she worked as a senior research analyst and in Corporate and Foundation Relations for the University of California, Berkeley. Felice began her career as a grant writer for community health centers that provided culturally competent care to Latino communities in Tucson, AZ, and San Francisco, CA. She has worked for a number of arts, education, and health organizations in the Bay Area, as well as for a Hispanic marketing agency.
Felice holds a BA in anthropology from the University of Arizona. A performing arts enthusiast, Felice has dedicated several years to learning folkloric dances of the Afro-Latino diaspora. Besides dancing, Felice can be found traveling, exploring the outdoors and enjoying life with her husband and three children.
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