Faitth is a writer, speaker, activist, avid traveler, and co-host of the Melanated Faith podcast. Faitth has a way of connecting with anyone she meets and captivating audiences when she speaks.
Faitth is a social worker and advocate for those in need. She engages in community organizing and activism. Faitth works as a creative strategist, and consultant. Her passion makes her a relentless spokesperson for racial equity. Faitth continues to use her platform for anti-racism education. She also speaks at events for high school and college students, young adults, and women. Faitth speaks about racial literacy, relationships, pursuing your dreams, being a single career-woman and travel.
Faitth Brooks is the Founder/CEO of Hannah’s Hope (HHope) a non-profit for teen mothers. She has a passion to see teen mothers fulfill their dreams and reach their full potential.
Faitth has published pieces in Faithfully Magazine and The IF: Gathering Blog, The Salt Collective, Faith at Home, Art of Taleh, and The Free One Volume 2. Faitth has been a guest on the following podcasts: For the Love, The Vox, Faith and Feminism, Preemptive Love, Illiminate, I’ll Have Another, Humble and Honest, and the Pursuit Podcast. Faitth has been featured as an anti-racism educator to follow by brands and influencers such as: Spanx, Word Swag, Story Swag, Dr. Caroline Leaf, The Diversity Gap, OhHappyDani (Danielle Coke), Toni J Collier, Jen Hatmaker, Jessica Kim, Latasha Morrison, AThR, AIIR Haircare, and Jo Saxton.
Faitth earned her Master’s degree in Social Work and earned a certificate in Women’s Entrepreneurship from Cornell University.
When Faitth is not working, she is traveling, visiting her family, or facetiming them. Faitth is single with no children but believes her nephew and niece are her babies and treats them as such. Faitth resides in Atlanta, GA.