Princess "Faith" Singleton
Faith Singleton is a resident of Atlanta, Georgia and a dedicated proponent of social justice in all forms. As a senior at Emory University, Faith is a Political Science and Religion double major with concentrations in American Law and Theology. Faith has been an Emory University 1915 Scholar for three consecutive years and is a two-time recipient of the Ralph Bunche High School Scholarship.
Faith leverages her community resources to empower, sustain, and equip minority students and staff at Emory University. She serves as Student Liaison to the Emory University Commission on Racial and Social Justice while fostering diversity in student composition of academic courses as an undergraduate researcher in the Religion department. Faith serves and has served on the executive boards of the Emory National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), and the Emory Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and Emory Young Democrats.
Initiated into the Nu Alpha Chapter in the Spring of 2015, Faith has had the honor of serving in both international and chapter positions. She has served Alpha Kappa Alpha as Undergraduate Representative to the International Building and Properties Committee, chapter president, and chapter secretary. Additionally, Faith had the distinct honor of being a member of the 2016 Leadership Fellows Cohort.
Professionally, Faith has worked at the Federal Criminal Law Center as a Legal Researcher, Fulton County Superior Court as a Legal Intern to the Chief Judge, and Emory University Human Resources as a Student Intern. Faith hopes to become a political analyst before matriculating into law school.
Faith loves blogging, mentoring, reading, and spending time with her mother.