Assistant Site Manager, Community Organized Relief Effort
Felix Rodriguez is an Assistant Site Manager with Community Organized Relief Effort [CORE] in its work in Georgia, where the organization is committed to providing free Covid-19 testing. In this role Felix aids in leading a team to provide free testing across Fulton County, and in particular he is part of the team that specializes in providing access to Atlanta’s Latinx communities. Prior to joining CORE Felix served as Development and Donor Relations Assistant with the California Community Foundation in Los Angeles. Originally from a small town outside of Houston, Texas, Felix spent his formative years and the early part of his youth working alongside his father and godfather as a ranch hand while working nights as a bartender. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Houston in 2015. Upon graduation Felix went on to earn his Master’s of Public Policy from the University of Southern California in 2017, where his studies were centered around advocacy strategy. He recently became a member of the Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America. He lives with his girlfriend Chelsea in Midtown, Atlanta, and they hope to become local and traveling foodies once it is safe to do so.