Felicia Case has worked in higher education for the last 25 years. In those years she has held numerous roles including in Admissions, Spiritual Formation, Student Development and Teaching. She started her work in higher education in Admissions as a recruiter of students of color. She later worked in Residence Life, giving direction in spiritual formation to student leaders. Most of her years were spent in Multicultural Development where she gave direction to the office of Intercultural Programs that serviced American minoritized students, international students and third culture kids. She oversaw an award-winning Civil Rights Trip that engaged students in new and innovative ways. She taught graduate and undergraduate courses in racial identity and issues of race and equity in higher education.
She has worked closely with Student Activities, Residence life and the career office to create collaborations that enhance the entire student body and deepen commitments to underrepresented students. Prior to her work in higher education she worked for ten years with Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) discipling and training high school students in Cincinnati and Minneapolis.
Felicia holds a M.A. in higher education from Taylor University and a B.A. in English literature from the University of Connecticut. Felicia is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in higher education. She and her husband Jeremy, who is a professor of mathematics live in Indiana. They have three daughters, Isabelle, who teaches high school math, and Zoe and Camille who are college students.Back to Who We Are What we do