Faith Jones-Jackson is a theatre and sociology student who works to combat the effects of racism on all people, with the hopes of altering the way we have those conversations to ultimately make them more productive. By the end of this year, she hopes to have turned current business plans surrounding these efforts into a functioning model in this city and two others. Born and raised in Philadelphia, she graduated from Central High School almost three years ago. She is currently taking a break from the traditional pursuit of her bachelor’s degree to do some volunteer work with young children and transfer colleges. Faith labels herself a storyteller: telling her own story, truthfully, and empowering others to do the same, often.