Faith Raymond Connors was born in Stamford, Connecticut and went to public schools there.
She graduated from the University of Connecticut and worked as an elementary grades teacher in Middletown, RI. She attended the University of Oslo, International Summer School and completed other graduate level studies at Bowie State University, the University of Maryland and Hood College.
As a young Navy wife, she served as a pre-school, elementary and high school teacher in six states and accompanied her husband on one overseas deployment with their 18-month old daughter.
After completing a Master of Arts in Teaching (Reading), at Jacksonville University, she served as a Title One reading teacher in Duval County, Florida before teaching at the high school level in Charlottesville, Virginia for several years.
The majority of her teaching career was spent in Maryland as a high school teacher and as an Extension Educator with the University of Maryland.
As an Extension Educator (Associate Professor) for the University of Maryland Cooperative Extension Service, Charles County, Maryland, she directed and managed over thirty-six county-wide community service clubs, special interest 4-H clubs, and educational youth programs for over one thousand young people. In 1992 she received the National Achievement in Service Award from the National Association of Extension Agents 4-H.
Other writing experience includes serving as Contributing Editor to British Business Today (Overseas Publishing Company). At the invitation of the editor, she prepared a series of personal finance articles for All Hands Magazine, the U.S. Navy’s flagship publication, the first such series ever published in this periodical. She was also a Contributing Editor to the Longman Dictionary of Mass Media and Communication.
After retiring as Associate Professor, she focused on completing several new works of historical fiction. She co-authored Flavors of the Fjords with Tracy Connors, Bjørn Fladvad and Tove Fladvad of Oslo, Norway.