Faith is a lawyer by training, with broad experience gained in Singapore and in Western Australia.
Faith gained her broad legal practice experience from private practice, in-house, and most recently, from more than a decade in community law. As well, Faith has many years of not-for-profit management experience from running two dynamic community law practices which served the West Australian community, delivering social justice outcomes through advocacy and representation.
Throughout her role in managing the community law practices, Faith worked tirelessly with stakeholders ranging from government, community bodies, boards, as well as advocates and consumers. Faith also has some teaching experience, and has worked for many years with undergraduate and graduate law students through graduate programmes and internships. In 2019, Faith made the leap from law practice to government policy work, by joining the Mental Health Commission of Western Australia as Senior Policy Officer.
Faith has previously been on the boards of not-for-profit private schools, and is now very pleased to join the Advocare board of directors.