Faith has a broad understanding of international development as a result of her MSc International Development, Sustainability, and Social Justice degree from the University of Bath. Globalisation, human rights, international security, economic development, sustainability, and global finance are among the topics covered. She is enthusiastic about international development, with a particular focus on Sub-Saharan Africa. She has independently researched and written a paper on African economic stagnation, with a focus on Africapitalism as a key to transforming the economic sector, using Rwanda, Ghana, and Nigeria as case studies.
In her spare time, Faith is working on a metaverse play-to-earn game called KoboFarm, which expands on the concept of monetising digital art by allowing users to farm and create African-inspired dishes as NFT. While also contributing to the construction of a cutting-edge smart farm in Nigeria. She also has extensive volunteer and professional research and policy experience, having worked with organisations such as Mercy Corps, Save the Children, Reach Initiative, and the Hult Prize Foundation.