Faith is a 2013 graduate of Chestnut Hill College where she graduated summa cum laude and with honors and received a B.A. in History and minored in Classical Civilizations and Criminal Justice. She graduated from Temple Beasley School of Law in 2016 where she was the Executive Editor of the Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, a brief writer for Temple’s International Criminal Court Moot Court team, a member of the Women’s Law Caucus, and a recipient of the Lenard E. Sigal Award in Criminal Law Studies.


During law school, Faith interned as a legal clerk with the Merit Systems Protection Board, where she drafted decisions, orders, and memoranda of law for a board of federal administrative judges dealing with federal employees’ appeals against agency actions. She also interned for the Chester County District Attorney’s Office where she conducted preliminary hearings and juvenile court hearings. After graduating law school, Faith was hired by Chester County as an Assistant District Attorney and was assigned to the Juvenile Unit where she prosecuted various misdemeanor and felony cases against juvenile offenders, was trained in the National Child Advocacy Center’s Forensic Interviewing of Children model, and worked alongside law enforcement during various juvenile investigations. Faith was later assigned as a criminal court prosecutor handling a criminal trial list where she tried various Misdemeanor and Felony cases.

Faith joined the MacMain Law Group in August of 2019.