Wendy Feliz

Director, Center for Inclusion and Belonging
wendy feliz

Wendy Feliz is the founding Director of the Center for Inclusion and Belonging at the American Immigration Council. The Center houses the signature, culture and narrative change programs of the Council. The Center also convenes institutions and individuals nationwide who share the common goal of building a more cohesive America where all people are welcomed and included. Wendy has been with the Council since 2008 and has two decades of experience in public policy/advocacy communications. She also serves as an adjunct communications professor at Georgetown University. Wendy holds an M.A. in Public Communication from the American University, a B.A. in Liberal Arts from the New School University, and an A.A. from East Los Angeles Community College. 

All Publications

Individual Change or Societal Change. Which Ensures Durable Shifts in Attitudes and Behaviors?

America is experiencing an important awakening around racial justice. Many are coming to understand that silence and inaction around racism make us complicit in its effects on our neighbors, friends, and colleagues. 

This awakening is driving some people to begin correcting individual biases and attitudes that drive othering, exclusion, and oppression of people of color. It is also pushing us to change the systems and institutions that perpetuate racism and discrimination at all levels.

Most Read

  • Publications
  • Blog Posts
  • Past:
  • Trending