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Felicia Middlebrooks

Felicia Middlebrooks
FELICIA MIDDLEBROOKS (B.A., Purdue University) is one of the top media personalities in Chicago, anchoring the award-winning morning drive program on CBS Radio/WBBM Newsradio 780. She is the first woman and first African American to co-anchor Morning Drive. She is also CEO of her own company, Saltshaker Productions. As a regular panelist on the Total Living Network's Chicago Newsmakers, she addresses spiritual issues.Felicia is co-author of Called: "Hello, My Name is Mrs. Jefferson, I Understand Your Plane is Being Hijacked?". She contributed to Our Voices and her work has also been included in a prestigious literary anthology, Souls of My Sisters. She is also a filmmaker; her documentary, Somebody’s Child: The Redemption of Rwanda, took top honors at a New York film festival in 2005. Felicia lives in Chicago, Illinois.

Felicia Middlebrooks' Books

  • Called