Texas native Faith Ingram began dancing at the age of two with Coliene Martelly, and then from ages 12 to 15 with Ballet Tyler under Kim Linere where she danced in ballets such as Cinderella and Peter Pan. Faith then continued her dance training with Louisiana Dance Theatre in Shreveport, Louisiana with Carol Anglin, where she had the opportunity to perform works choreographed by Jon Lehrer, and Dianne Maroney-Grigaby that were adjudicated and performed at Regional Dance America in Houston, Texas.
After high school, Faith attended Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas where she majored in dance under the direction of Justine Pojanowski and performed works, including The Nutcracker, LaBayadare, and Stravinsky's Firebird. Her training also includes summer intensives with Margo Marshall in Houston, Texas, Glenda Brown Choreography Project, Pat George Mitchell, Lauren Anderson, Ballet Magnificat and Ad Deum.
Faith graduated from Belhaven University with a Bachelor's degree in dance, and is now blessed to be dancing as an apprentice with Zion Dance Project in Dallas, Texas where she remains hopeful and excited about what God has in store for not only her life, but in the company of Zion as well.