J.D. Tulane University 1997
B.A. University of California, Berkeley 1993
Felicia Ho manages the Sturm College of Law's (SCOL) comprehensive alumni engagement enterprise. She works to advance the law school's impact locally and globally by implementing initiatives that engage alumni and friends of the SCOL's various degree programs. Through leadership of strategic alumni and donor events and programs, managing donor relations, and partnering with other advancement professionals and senior law school administrators, Felicia seeks to build and enrich the awareness, philanthropic participation, and active engagement of SCOL alumni and friends.
Felicia began her career at the University of Denver in 2011 as Program Coordinator in the Office of Alumni Relations and the Professional Mentoring Program at the Sturm College of Law. In 2014, she transitioned to the law school's Office of Career Development & Opportunities, where she first served as a Career Consultant and then as Assistant Director for Private Sector Opportunities. Prior to joining the University of Denver, Felicia practiced as a criminal defense and plaintiff’s employment discrimination attorney at law firms in Denver, Colorado. As a law student, she served as a managing editor of the Tulane Law Maritime Journal, an officer of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, and a clerk at the Asian Law Alliance in California’s Silicon Valley as well as the California Public Utilities Commission in San Francisco.
Felicia received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley and her Juris Doctor from Tulane University Law School. Active in the Colorado legal community, she is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, the Denver Bar Association, the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Colorado, and the Denver Area Legal Recruiters Association. Felicia is a board member of the Denver Public Schools Asian Education Advisory Council and the McAuliffe at Smiley Foundation where she works to improve educational opportunities and programming for primary and secondary school students in the Denver Public School District.