Treasure every word, let yourself be riveted by the stories, and commit to having your own "aha" moment in the classroom of life. If you do, I'm confident you'll have more than a story of your own to tell, you'll have Faith. — Kevin Kitrell Ross, Ordained Minister, Author, Inspirational Speaker, Trainer, Mentor and, Life Coach

Her story is a true testament to her resilience and vision, as she transforms the pain of losing her mother to empowerment for others.  Charreah K. Jackson, ESSENCE Magazine Relationships Editor


My Book

Quick Facts



Life Coach

Lupus Fighter

Celtics Fan

Golf Enthusiast

World Traveler

SpongeBob Connoisseur

Lover of Life and all things Swedish


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Girl Scouts of the USA, Lifetime Member and Volunteer
Lupus Now Magazine, Advisory Board Member

Up with People, Alumni
World Campus-Japan, Participant and USA Representative

Faith "L." Walls

About Me

Ms. Faith Elle, born Faith L. Walls, is a native Chicagoan and the daughter of educators. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Educational Administration and Policy from Howard University. Faith is a life coach, providing life coaching services to girls and women globally. Her company Faith Elle Enterprises also conducts workshops for youth and staff development in schools. Before serving as a College Advisor at Harry S Truman College, Faith was an adjunct faculty member at Truman, where she taught College Success, an interdisciplinary class which prepares students to matriculate through the collegiate pipeline. She is a noted speaker, author and global citizen: to date she has traveled to 25 countries on five continents. Faith is a girls advocate and expert having spent one year as a visiting researcher at Stockholm University researching relational aggression among 6th grade girls at two multi-cultural schools in Sodertalje, Sweden. The product of an all-girl high school and former Dean of Students at her alma mater, she believes that whether on the South Side of Chicago, or in South Africa, when given the opportunity, girls can rise above dire straits to prevail in all areas of life.

After losing her mother unexpectedly, in 2007, while volunteering abroad, Ms. Faith Elle, like most motherless “girls” was overwhelmed with emotions. Determined to remember her mothers life and wisdom this book highlights ten lessons Faith’s mother taught her before she died, and stories about how she has applied them to her own life since her mother’s death. The book which covers topics like forgiveness, resilience, and following your dreams is dedicated to “girls” without mothers of all ages. Although anyone who has ever grieved a loss can identify with many of the stories and themes. In 2010, Faith was diagnosed with, Lupus, a chronic auto-immune disease which can affect the entire body. In order to raise awareness, Faith has committed to donating ten percent of all this book’s proceeds to the Lupus Foundation of America.

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