Faith Anderson-Bullock is a North Lawndale native. She attended Our Lady of the Westside all 3 campuses and graduated in 1997 from Precious Blood Campus. She graduated from Providence St Mel High School in 2001, and attended Central State University majoring in Psychology minoring in Chemistry, and graduated with her Bachelor's in 2005. She received her Illinois State Teacher Certification (2013, 2017) and has some masters work in Forensic Psychology focusing on Juvenile Studies. Mrs. Bullock was a Mental Health Specialist for 4 years and a Program Specialist for 3 years on a 42-bed Adolescent girls unit at Hartgrove Behavioral and Mental Health Hospital. This is where she gained her passion for At-risk youth and empowering young girls. There she began the L.O.V.E. Program for Girls (Lily Of the Valley Empowerment Program for Girls). Faith is certified in trauma-based classrooms, trauma awareness, mindfulness, sex trafficking advocacy, and more. Faith Anderson-Bullock currently works as a 4TH Grade Writing and ELA teacher at KIPP One Primary. She's been teaching over 8 years. She has 2 wonderful sons of her own Yashua (11) and Zakai (9), a beautiful daughter Aniayah (4 months), and a caring husband Anthony. She continues to be an active Mentor in the community. She has also worked through After School Matters and Taproots with teen girls between the age of 14-17 in a spoken word group called Colored Girls are Cover Girls following the death of the founder, Ms. Brenda Matthews. Mrs. Bullock would one day like for L.O.V.E. Girls to be available for more girls throughout Chicago. In the future, L.O.V.E. Girls is looking to open up a Safe Haven in the North Lawndale community for runaway girls between the ages of 11-16, where there will be group therapy, warm meals, a safe space and social-emotional activities available.