Felicia Chew is a teacher at Mansfeld Middle School.
“Advocate for mental health, sustainability, safety — Felicia Chew is campaigning to serve as Ward 3 Councilwoman in 2017.
My name is Felicia Chew, and I am running for the open seat on Tucson’s City Council – Ward 3. I moved to Tucson in 2011 with my oldest son, Joshua, and my youngest son, Noah. We decided to stay in Tucson, and later, my middle son, Azariah, also moved to Tucson.
Now in our sixth year here in Tucson, my older two sons are out on their own, and Noah and I have decided that this is our home. I am running for City Council because I want Tucson to be a safe place for my son, and for all of us who have chosen to make Tucson our homes, whether for the moment, or the next several generations.
I served as a member of the executive board at Noah’s school PTO, and a member of the Superintendent’s Teacher Advisory Council. I served for four years on the Citizen Police Advisory Review Board as a member, Vice-Chairperson, and Chair. I served as an Association Representative for the Tucson Educators Association. Noah and I have been involved with NYS, his school community, the Tucson Origami Club, Valley of the Moon, Watershed Management Group, and other organizations in Tucson. We enjoy attending Second Saturdays, eating regularly at Empire Pizza (one of the best pizza places in town!), and we have volunteered in Oracle at the Glow! Celebrations, and other venues in Oracle. One of the things we love about Tucson is that there are so many resources and organizations in and around our community, for us to learn from one another.”
#EachOfUs #AllOfUs #OurTucson
FB page: https://www.facebook.com/ChewForTucson/
Who’s running so far: http://www.tucsonweekly.com/TheRange/archives/2017/01/05/ward-3-tucson-city-council-candidate-pool-is-filling-up. (Paul Durham, former Chief of Staff for Ward 6 Councilwoman Nina Trasoff; Middle school teacher Felicia Chew; business owner Tom Tronsdale of Canyon Fence Co., and Libertarian Julian Mazza