Theresa Faulkner started her higher educational journey at Mundelein College graduating through the Loyola University merger in 1994, with BA, in Business Administration, and earned coursework in Business Law at the University of Chicago, and Certification with the John Marshall Law School Program.
As the newest Mundelein College Alumnae and Gannon Scholar Board Member, she brings a fresh perspective on how to maintain strong connections with diversified communities. For over 12 years Theresa has served as Operations Manager for the Circuit Court of Cook County in the Criminal Justice Division.
She is the Founder of Calling All Mothers, a non-profit corporation to help mothers reach their academic, financial, and parenting goals. She also served as the Co-Founder and Executive Vice-President of the Saving Soles Foundation where she oversaw the Foundation’s bylaws, business plan, budget and spearheaded their marketing team and fundraisers.
Her strong commitment to community is reflected in serving in diverse organizations such as Loyola University Society of the Shield, Operation PUSH, Black Star Project, Democratic Party, Helping Build Churches, and working with Rev. Michael L. Pfleger’s St. Sabina Parish’s Violence Intervention Program.
Theresa is also an Ordained Minister for 36 years with the Apostolic Church of God responsible for Choir, Nursing, Youth, Prison, Homeless, Radio and Television Ministries.