Dallas County District Attorney
Faith Johnson is a pioneer. Her recent appointment as the first African-
American female to serve as the District Attorney of Dallas County is one
of Ms. Johnson’s several “firsts.” She has the distinction of being the first
African-American female district criminal judge elected in Texas, and
was also the first African-American female to attain the highly regarded
status of Chief Felony Prosecutor during her time in the Dallas County
District Attorney’s Office.
Ms. Johnson is a member of the Dallas Bar Association, and the U.S. Christian Chamber of Commerce, among other organizations. Ms. Johnson received a bachelor’s and a master’s degrees from Georgia State University, and her law degree from Texas Southern University.