Felecia Hatcher

Felecia Hatcher is on a mission to create and mentor 10,000 Start-Ups founded by people of color as the Co-Founder of Code Fever and Black Tech Week. Code Fever is an initiative that trains African American and Caribbean youth and young adults in the areas of technology and entrepreneurship through coding boot camps, in school programs and an annual week long tech diversity summit called Black Tech Week. As an Author, Social Entrepreneur and the Chief Popsicle of Feverish Ice Cream, Hatcher has named a 2014 White House Champion of Change for STEM Access and Diversity, a Black Enterprise Innovator of the Week, Essence Magazine Tech Master, and featured
on the NBC Today Show, The Cooking Channel, and Grio¹s 100 African American¹s Making History.

In 2008 she Co-founded Feverish Pops a Miami based gourmet popsicle company that donates a portion of every pop sold to building community program that
target South Florida’s 13 Targeted Urban Areas (TUA¹s). Before launching Feverish and Code Fever, Hatcher worked as a marketing manager for technology and gaming companies Sony and Nintendo as well as the NBA. A frequent keynote speaker presenting engaging talks on Entrepreneurship, Tech Education, and Embracing Failure at Google London, Girl Scouts of America, South by Southwest, Coca Cola HQ, FBLA, DECA, TEDxMiami and TEDxJamaica. Hatcher is also the author of 3 books: How to Start a Business on a Ramen Noodle Budget, Focused and the C Students Guide to Scholarships.