Felicia is the founder of Phoenix Revolution Sports and a home town girl. She graduated from Montgomery high school. Growing up, she was a multi-sport athlete. However, basketball has always been her favorite sport. Felicia is a wife to Michael Phoenix and a proud mother of five to Michael Phoenix II, Makayla, Tierne, Minnie and Monique Phoenix. Currently, she works as a medical coder for Conroe Regional Medical Center, is a licensed cosmetologist and an administrator for Phoenix Transport. Felicia spends all her free time trying to be a positive influence in the lives of children. She has been member of the Montgomery County Assistance League and the Montgomery County Homeless Coalition. Felicia got her coaching start as a basketball coach in 2002. Felicia is most proud of the time she spends as a mentor to teenage girls, but she has a genuine love for all children, regardless of their athletic ability.
Over the past five years Felicia and Michael have been working on a home for displaced teenage girls. During that process they where drawn to the growing needs of youth in our community and they created the Phoenix T&E Foundation. The Phoenix T&E Foundation helps economically, socially, and emotionally disadvantaged children who just need a little extra help along the way. Since then, they discovered the Foundation had the ability to bring families together which gave birth to the Phoenix Revolution. Phoenix Revolution Sports is more than just another youth sports organization. It is a building block for families, a movement to empower and encourage our youth, to be positive, stay focused, and to overcome the obstacles life throws their way. Phoenix Revolution Sports was designed to be the glue that builds bonds between athletes, coaches, families, and, ultimately, the community.