As an Author, Social Entrepreneur Felecia Hatcher has been honored by the White House as a 2014 Champion of Change for STEM Access & Diversity, Black Enterprise Innovator of the Week and Essence Magazine Tech Master. Hatcher has been featured on the NBC Today Show, The Cooking Channel, and Grio’s 100 African American’s Making History for her wildly successful company Feverish Ice Cream & Gourmet Pops where she serves as the Chief Popsicle. The Miami based gourmet popsicle company Feverish serves clients like Google, Capitol Records, Adidas, 32 Degrees, Vitamin Water, Wholefoods and Forever 21 with custom vegan friendly gourmet pops and private label frozen desserts. Before launching Feverish, Felecia worked as a marketing manager for Nintendo, Sony, and the NBA. Felecia has presented engaging talks on Embracing Failure at Google London, Entrepreneurship and Managing Investor Relations at SXSW, White House Young America Series, Coca Cola HQ, TEDxMiami and TEDxJamaica. Felecia is also the author of 3 books How to Start a Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget, The C Students Guide to Scholarships and Focused.
Aside from being a successful entrepreneur and author Felecia has dedicated her life to turning kids and young adults from undeserved communities into tech entrepreneurs and exposing them to entrepreneurial opportunities in technology with her programs Code Fever and Black Tech Week initiatives that helps to increase tech entrepreneurship funding and training to underserved Florida communities.
Felecia is also a new mom to a fiesty daughter named Ori.
Link to White House Blog:
How to Start a Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget- 10 Steps on how to Start a Business as a Broke College Student (Petersons)
The “C”- Students Guide to Scholarships-A Creative Guide to finding Scholarships When your Grades Suck and your Parents are Broke (Petersons)
Focused- A Strategic Planner for Driven Entrepreneurs
If you met at a bar-Felecia Hatcher Bio
I love oatmeal, peppermint tea and martini’s mixed with good conversations. I feel that I can solve any problem with my iPhone, a few rubber bands and 2 safety pins. I escaped cubicle nation for good 5 years ago and never looked back. I worked for some really cool tech and marketing companies before falling on my face chasing after an ice cream truck in heels, which lead me to start an ice cream experience company. I have committed my life to helping people start businesses and embrace technology to change their lives and the world. I do all this through popsicles, speaking, writing and living my life with the biggest kool-aid smile ever!
The Impressive stuff my publicist would kill me if I didn’t mention:
Founder of Black Tech Week, Author of the books “How to Start a Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget” and “The C Student’s Guide to Scholarships-A Creative Guide to finding scholarships when your grades suck and your parents are broke.” Chief Popsicle of Feverish Pops, Motivational Speaker and Techie.
2014 White House Champion of Change for STEM Educational Excellence Access and Diversity for African Americans
Empact 100 Top 100 Entrepreneurs Under 30 honored at the White House 2011.
Essence Magazine Tech Master
Black Enterprise Innovator of the Week
2014 Top 100 Miami Tech Week
Stiletto Magazine Entrepreneur of the Year 2013
Miami’s Power 30 under 30
Allbusiness.com’s Top 10 Superstar Entrepreneurs Under 30
NBC’s Grio 100 Top 100 African American’s making History
Legacy Magazine’s Leaders of Today and Tomorrow Top 40 under 40.
Featured on the NBC Today Show
Featured on the Cooking Channel’s Unique Sweets
White House Young America Presenter
branding, entrepreneurship, marketing, experiential marketing, making people smile, technology, motivating people to get off their butt and create their own opportunities,