GREENSBORO, NC – Legal Aid of North Carolina is proud to announce the appointment of Lenneka (“Nikki”) Feliciano as the new Chair of the Board. With her exceptional dedication and unwavering commitment to justice, Nikki is the perfect leader to guide the organization in its mission to provide support to the most vulnerable members of North Carolina.
Nikki Feliciano, an esteemed member of the legal community and a partner at Pinto Coates Kyre & Bowers, PLLC, brings a wealth of experience and passion to her new role. Throughout her career, Nikki has consistently demonstrated a deep understanding of the challenges faced by those in need and has worked tirelessly to advocate for their rights.
Reflecting on her new role, Nikki shares her vision and motivation, stating, “The impact that Legal Aid of North Carolina has on the communities within North Carolina in helping the most vulnerable to maintain housing, navigate the judicial system and government programs, and protect against domestic violence are battles worth joining and supporting.”
As Chair of the Board, Nikki Feliciano is committed to fostering stronger connections between the Board, the dedicated staff of Legal Aid NC, and the Client Council. She recognizes the importance of collaboration and will build upon the exceptional initiatives implemented by Gonzalo Frias, the previous Board Chair, to ensure that the Board and Local Advisory Councils actively participate in making a difference.
Furthermore, Nikki is thrilled to support Ashley Campbell, CEO, the visionary force behind the development and Innovation Lab goals. By working together, they will cultivate a team environment that unites their efforts to serve and uplift the most vulnerable members of our society.
The entire Legal Aid of North Carolina community is excited to welcome Nikki Feliciano as the new Chair of the Board. Her leadership, experience, and passion will undoubtedly guide the organization to new heights as they continue their vital work. Together, under Nikki’s guidance, Legal Aid of North Carolina will further its commitment to providing justice and support to those who need it most.