Meet Felicia

Felicia Wright’s journey as an amazing mompreneur is an impressive and inspiring one. It began in 2011, while pregnant with her daughter, she worked diligently and completed her master’s degree in business administration (MBA) at the University of Phoenix. She continued her studies right up until the delivery date in 2012 and after a short three-month break for maternity leave, returned, and finished her additional concentration courses in marketing. Felicia was blessed to have the opportunity to attend graduate school when she received a full scholarship based on her community service.

Felicia is the founder + designer of Mygani® , a lifestyle accessory brand she launched in 2015. She wanted to use her creative voice to empower other women of color through the brand's inspirational products and platforms.

In 2013 she launched Mompreneur Marketplace™, the company’s signature platform designed to support mompreneurs in the unique issues moms face raising a family while growing a business.  In 2020 the platform had the opportunity to collaborate with the local Jacksonville show, Rivercity Live, to highlight positive stories of black mom and women owned businesses in the community.

Additionally, Felicia hosts, Curls and Convo™, the company's signature annual event that aims to instill the value of self-confidence in our women and young girls. Believing in yourself regardless of your skin complexion or hair texture. In 2022 the city of Jacksonville declared February 12 Curls and Convo Day with an official proclamation. Felicia is a huge advocate for the Crown ActThe CROWN Act, which stands for “Creating a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair,” is a law that prohibits race-based hair discrimination, which is the denial of employment and educational opportunities because of hair texture or protective hairstyles including braids, locs, twists or bantu knots.