FAS SERVICES

financial, analytic, and strategic services for nonprofit and government agencies

business solutions for agencies serving the public good

About us

Faith Elizabeth Fuller is President of Financial, Analytic, and Strategic Services for Nonprofit and Government Agencies (FAS Services), a consulting firm headquartered in Oakland, California. FAS Services provides proposal writing, fiscal development, program implementation, and program evaluation services. Faith is a former Certified Public Accountant, holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Wesleyan University and a master’s degree in Business Administration from New York University. She is a member of the American Evaluation Association and the Association for Criminal Justice Research, California.
FAS Services clients include Options Recovery Services, Magnolia Women’s Recovery Programs, C.U.R.A. Inc. (addiction recovery treatment centers), Youth Spirit Artworks, Choices for Freedom (youth serving nonprofits), and LifeLong Medical Care. She has served as a consultant to Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services’ Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration projects, and to the Superior Court of California, working with the Counties of Alameda, Marin, Solano, and San Francisco’s Offices of Collaborative Court Services. These projects included working across systems and agencies to share information and data collected on participant progress and outcomes. Her passion is to help connect research and practice, and to work for criminal justice reform.
Faith is on the executive committee of the National Prevention Science Coalition to Improve Lives, where she works with researchers and violence prevention agencies to advocate for policy changes and to achieve collective impact, based on the research evidence of what works to improve our communities. Her daughter is an artist in West Oakland and her son is a documentary film maker in Los Angeles. Faith is joined in her work by Abigail Fuller, PhD., whose expertise is in the area of nonviolence, peace studies, and sociology.