Faith Jenkins Biography
Born In: Shreveport, Louisiana
Faith Jenkins is an American lawyer, legal and social commentator, and a television personality. She is best known for being the host and arbitrator of her television courtroom show ‘Judge Faith’. Before becoming a famous media personality, she was a beauty pageant contestant and even won several titles. Using her law degree, she then went on to have a successful decade-long legal career in New York, starting off with a job in a high-profile firm, then working as a prosecutor at the District Attorney's Office and later moving onto her own private practice. She then started doing legal and social commentary on television, appearing as an analyst on several news channels, and bagged the role of a legal analyst at a prominent news channel soon after. Simultaneously, she also wrote on current events for several newspapers. Soon, she got her own nationally syndicated daytime courtroom show ‘Judge Faith’. She has since then continued to stay in the public eye with appearances as a panelist on talk shows and actively judging various ‘Miss America’-related pageants. She is very active on social media, but remains very private about her personal life.