Faith Smith
Panelist, On Small Business

Faith earned her BA from Tufts University, in Medford, Mass. and went on to the New England School of Law in Boston, where she attained law review status her first year.

Faith is the Founder of Eyes Cream Shades (eyescreamshades.com) - quality sunwear for infant/ toddlers through teens. Faith and Eyes Cream Shades have been featured in numerous national media outlets, regional publications and in international trade magazines.

Faith has been a featured panelist on CNN and in the Wall Street Journal on small business issues. She has been seen in Entrepreneur Magazine, speaking on the topic of “Get Smart - Let Customers Know Exactly Why They Need Your Business,” and was also featured in Bj’s Journal, “The Young & Successful: No Longer Babes in the Business Woods.” She was named in the top 100 Who’s Who Among Women in Ecommerce for 2012, and is nominated for the 2012 Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award for her contribution to the Orange County, CA Business Community.

Most recently Faith started a boutique consulting publicity company (visionpassionfaith.com) geared towards the entrepreneur who wants assistance with marketing, press kits, celebrity gifting, etc. Combining all of her talents, gifts, and passion, Faith is hoping to assist numerous entrepreneurs in their quest for living their dreams.

Latest by Faith Smith

In slow economy, small firms must embrace revolution

In slow economy, small firms must embrace revolution

For entrepreneurs, a recession can open as many doors as it closes — but you have to actively look for them.

Opinion: U.S. trademark laws are too lax to protect brands

Opinion: U.S. trademark laws are too lax to protect brands

Trademark owners have the responsibility to police and protect their mark from infringement - and it isn’t always easy.

Smith: Gingrich can get the economy moving

Even Bill Clinton, who worked with Newt for many years, said that Gingrich is ‘always thinking, always has a bunch of new ideas, and some of them are pretty good.’