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Faith Grant

Collective Impact Officer


Faith Grant serves as Collective Impact Officer for the Miami Foundation. Within her role, she leads the Miami Foundation’s climate and disaster portfolio as part of the organization’s Collective Impact Department. She’s tasked with bridging cross-sector partners to solve major climate and disaster planning challenges throughout Greater Miami.


With a background rooted in management, data-driven results, and strategic partnership development, Faith has dedicated her career to overseeing impactful initiatives and advocating for meaningful civic participation. With more than 10 years of leadership experience, Faith has a diverse background leading initiatives and driving collective change throughout communities in Florida. Prior to joining the Foundation, Faith played a pivotal role in the success of a federal and locally funded program in collaboration with Miami-Dade County Public Schools (MDCPS). Her responsibilities included comprehensive oversight of impact and service delivery operations, managing multiple content specialist teams, cultivating relationships with key stakeholders, and recruiting and retaining high-performing teams.



Beyond education, Faith has made a significant impact in expanding equitable services to children with developmental delays and children with limited access to pre-kindergarten. As the Statewide Outreach and Engagement Coordinator for the Children’s Movement of Florida, her leadership led to a 35% increase of statewide coalition-building and equitable policy-making, demonstrating her effectiveness in driving growth and policy strategy. In her previous role as Program Manager at Help Me Grow, Faith oversaw the connection and case management of over 1,000 clients seeking health-related resources in Miami-Dade County and expanded the program’s services to both Collier and Monroe County.



Faith holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Florida A&M University and is a graduate of Cornell University’s High-Performance Leadership Program. She is a certified Life Coach, Domestic Violence Advocate, and holds multiple Disaster Survival certifications. Her affiliations with organizations like The League of Women Voters and her roles on various boards underscore her dedication to civic participation and community advancement. Faith’s unwavering commitment to making a difference is evident in her accomplishments and reflects her passion for creating a positive impact, one initiative at a time.