By Bmorenews Staff
(BALTIMORE – November 28, 2016) – Bmorenews is proud to announce that Felicia D. Jackson-Smith is among our honorees at Bmorenews’ 14th Anniversary Black Wall Street All-Star Edition on Wed., Dec. 14, 2016 (5:30-8:30 pm) at The Winthrop House. The program is from 6 to 7 pm.
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Who is Felicia?
Felicia D. Jackson-Smith
Felicia D. Jackson-Smith is a native Baltimorean. She attended Western High School and graduated Cum Laude from the University of Baltimore. Felicia possesses a diverse background in business, but more importantly she loves the opportunity to help others. She has more than 25 plus years of legal experience and currently holds the position of Director of Business Operations at a very prominent law firm in Baltimore. She brings her incredible work ethic to the team. She accredits her work ethic to her mother and her professional experience to her legal mentors, A. Dwight Pettit and Leanne Gabriel. She admits that her tenure at the Law Offices of A. Dwight Pettit, P.A. provided the foundation, discipline, and drive necessary to be a successful entrepreneur. Felicia Jackson is the CEO and Co-Founder of TWW Consultants and is also a franchise owner. Although she works determinedly, Felicia Jackson Smith is able to achieve personal satisfaction with the knowledge that she has the ability to transform lives. She recognizes that God blesses her to be a blessing to others. Her goal is to change the world one person at a time. She recognizes that she can empower others through teaching others to maintain their integrity and character in all things. She understands that aforementioned combined with effort will lead to success.
Felicia D. Jackson Smith is the loving devoted wife of Regino Smith, the proud mother of one daughter, Alexis “Lex Scott Davis”, actor and the oldest of six siblings. She is passionate about promoting entrepreneurship for women and today’s youth. She recognizes that it is a way to build stability and grow wealth in the community. She is often asked to share her professional knowledge and experience on the subject. She is a member of the Economic Empowerment Dream Team, Baltimore’s Dynamic Women, she’s part of the Her Story Symposium that travels nationally and was featured in the books entitled How to Survive in a Bad Economy and Under Color of Law. She’s been featured in the Baltimore Sun, Success Magazine and recognized as a Leader in her industry. Her personal interests include personal development, traveling, fitness and remembering the important things in life such as spirituality, family and friends. She gives honor to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, who is first and foremost in her life.
Felicia Jackson Smith is a member of the Church of the Redeemed of the Lord.