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caryatid (karɪˈatɪd) noun A stone carving of a draped female figure, used as a pillar to support the entablature of a Greek or Greek-style building.

 

Felicia Empey has five years of communications and marketing experience in a full-time and part-time capacity. She has collaborated with teams and worked individually to successfully implement communication strategies for non-profit organizations, small businesses, public relations firms, and a university.

She has a Masters in Communications and Information Studies from Rutgers University, a Post-Graduate Certificate in Corporate Communications from Seneca College and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in History and English from the University of Toronto.