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Felicia Morgan was born in the Canal Zone in 1951, and grew up around strong independent women who were able to balance both work and family. Her grandmother owned a laundry business that afforded her the opportunity to buy a house, while her mother was a successful accountant. They both had husbands who worked in the Canal Zone. Felicia is divorced, but has two children who attended college and are now starting their own families. She has a great appreciation of music, family, work, and school, which she believes to be connected to her West Indian heritage. Some of her greatest heroes are her teachers, who inspired her with their enthusiasm for teaching.
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