Felicia Phillips is responsible for the successful rollout and implementation of Delta Air Lines Supplier Development Institute (SDI). SDI focuses on operations, management, financial performance, and ensuring continuous growth and development among diverse suppliers. Felicia is committed to creating platforms that increase contracting opportunities between veteran, women and minority-owned businesses and corporate entities. Currently, she is the CEO of PPICW, Incorporated, a private consulting agency specializing in Business Strategy, Diversity & Inclusion, and supply chain in Atlanta, Georgia. As a Master Business Strategist and Coach, Felicia has more than two decades of experience in advising senior leaders with municipalities, corporations and non-profits in developing and implementing innovative initiatives and training that create economic impact for both their company and small business enterprises.
Felicia is a member of The Forbes Coaches Council and serves as a Master Guide Facilitator for trainings and workshops to increase learning, productivity and promote collaboration. She has been featured in The Huffington Post, Atlanta Journal & Constitution, Rolling Out Magazine, CBS Better Mornings, and many other media outlets.
Felicia has had the pleasure of working with Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy, The University of Phoenix, Delta Air Lines, IKEA, Fifth Third Bank, The Urban League of Greater Atlanta’s Entrepreneurship Center, Fulton County, City of Atlanta, The Environmental Protection Agency, and many other organizations. In 2011, Felicia was awarded The Phoenix Award by City of Atlanta Mayor, Kasim Reed for her commitment to sustainability.