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Felicia Carter

Community Mobilization Associate

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A native of Chicago, Claire holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theology from Boston College and a Master of Arts in Theology from Catholic Theological Union. Claire's passion for politics and religion, academic interest in Ethics and Faith, Peace, and Justice Studies, and professional work with Catholic Social Teaching have been informed by travel opportunities to El Salvador, throughout Europe, and in the Middle East. Prior to beginning her work as Field Associate, Claire taught and coached at a small, all-girls Catholic high school in Chicago through the Archdiocese of Chicago young adult volunteer program Amate House and spent two years as Campus Minister for Spiritual Programming at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire. Claire is thrilled to join the team at NETWORK and work with the Field Department to ensure NETWORK's members are well informed and supported.

Felicia Carter is a Philadelphia native and an alumnus of Saint Joseph’s University. She earned her Bachelors of Art in Political Science and holds a minor in Africana Studies and Film Studies.  Throughout her academic career, she led discussions on race and economic development. She was a presenter at Eastern Region Campus Compact Conference, examining racial dialogue on campuses. Also, she advocated for workers’ rights and challenged others’ understanding of a living wage through her internship with Unite Here.