Felicia Harris, Founder and President
A Philadelphia native residing in Mt. Airy, Felicia Harris is a 2008 Howard University graduate with a BBA in Marketing. She serves as 5th Division Committee person in the 50th ward under the leadership of Councilwoman Marian Tasco. She also serves on the Finley Recreation Center Advisory Council, 505 Community Association and is a member of the Covenant Toastmasters. Additionally her passion for working with youth has led her to volunteer with programs such as Heads Up DC, Teenshop Inc., and Achieving Independence Center. However, in an effort to further extend her ear, heart and advice to the younger generation, Felicia started the blog PhillyGirlTalk.com in late 2011 and later PhillyGuyTalk.com in early 2012. The purpose of the blogs is to create a platform for youth to voice their opinions on relevant issues. The websites mentors are on hand to give advice and facilitate conversations in a positive direction, in turn encouraging the youth to make better decisions and make positive changes in their lives, schools and communities.
Nikkia Moss, Vice President
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Nikkia Moss is a graduate of the Philadelphia H.S. for Girls and Ursinus College, where she studied Psychology and French. While in college, she studied abroad in France at Marc Bloch University and traveled to many countries in Western Europe. Upon graduating, she has worked at Yale University School of Medicine as a substance abuse researcher. She currently works for the Department of Veterans Affairs as a research coordinator and is a Covenant Toastmaster. Nikkia also volunteers with the Grace Chapter of Teenshop Inc. She understands the importance of mentoring youth and being a positive influence not only in their lives, but in her community. In her position as a PGT’s Vice President, Nikkia is responsible for PGT’s marketing, membership recruitment, creative outputs and personnel. However, in her most important role, as a mentor, she is dedicated to being an inspiring and empowering voice for youth everywhere.