About

Dr. Felicia Darling

Felicia Darling, PhD


Felicia Darling is an instructor, author, researcher, teacher educator, and speaker who would like to see every person actualize their greatest human potential. She is a first-generation college student who has taught math and education courses for 30 years at the secondary, undergraduate, and graduate levels. She possesses a PhD in Math Education from Stanford University and is a Fulbright Scholar. Currently, Felicia teaches math at the Santa Rosa Junior College in California. To connect with Felicia, subscribe to her newsletter at the top of the page or email her at fdarling@alumni.stanford.edu

Felicia wrote, Teachin’ It! Breakout Moves that Break Down Barriers for Community College Students.  Teachin’ It! offers practical ideas to help instructors bolster the success of students seeking to attain their educational dreams–especially historically underrepresented students. Her work is highlighted in national press such as The Chronicle of Higher Ed, Inside Higher EdEducation Week, Journal of Mathematics and Culture, and North East Public Radio.

Currently, Felicia is writing, The Ripple Effect: Becoming the Change We All Need.  The Ripple Effect is a self-help book that is not just about helping oneself. Rather, it is a book that provides practical ideas to support people to: free themselves from past hurts; transcend limiting beliefs about themselves and others; and transform reactive behaviors in order to help make the world a more just and compassionate place. The Ripple Effect will inspire and embolden readers to forge their unique paths to actualize their full potential to be happy and humane–thus creating a positive ripple effect outward.

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