about felicia ceballos-marroquin
Humanitarian.Optimist.Strategist.Without focus and without each other, we are nothing.
Resourcefulness, Creativity, Creating Structure and Consistency,
Making the Complex Simple, Leadership, Adaptabilty
Although Felicia Ceballos-Marroquin is an INTJ, her auxiliary process is almost balanced between thinking and feeling, making her a strategist as well as an idealist and humanitarian. She is most satisfied with her work when she can build intricate systems and processes that contribute to a greater purpose and help other people.
As a manager, Ceballos-Marroquin's goal is to make the complex simple. Simplicity creates efficiency, clear communication and reduces costly mistakes. She does this by defining clear goals and creates reporting to track important metrics across different technology platforms. The metrics that need to be improved most, will be incorportated into a strategic plan with a set of tactics and directives for each department. In doing so, she unifies departments and improves inefficient communication. She does this with, teams, vendors and software.
She believes in designing software, systems and processes with a focus on people first. As such, her communication style is also clear and concise and this is exemplified in her training materials, department checklists and communication with the public. She excels at designing structure with an emotional component in mind to ensure it is widely adopted.
Felicia Ceballos-Marroquin attended the University of California in Berkeley and has a degree in Music Business and Vocal Performance. In the past, she has been a publicist for independent artists, organized community enrichment events for the Getty Foundation, served the youth and community of the City of Norwalk and acted as the marketing coordinator for eCommerce businesses and real estate enterprises. She lends her talents to benevolent businesses with her freelance business Bona Fide Branding.
As a leader, she values innovation and works to instill confidence in her team by sharing knowledge and resources. She leads by example and by encouraging resourcefulness and creativity in her team she has been able to produce outstanding results with a limited budget.
Ceballos-Marroquin is a proud supporter of the National Alliance to End Homelessness, Project Heifer and the Animal Welfare Institute. She lives in a 100-year-old historic home in Old Town Orange, practices yoga and is an advocate for the ketogenic diet. Leslie Knope is her spirit animal.