Katie Davis is a devout Christian woman who believes in the pure, unchanged, unchallengeable Word of God. Mrs. Davis is an active member of Antioch Baptist Church in Brooklyn, where she serves as Vice Chair of the Trustee Board. In this role, Mrs. Davis creates an atmosphere where members can identify and embrace their purpose through Bible study, prayer, praise, worship and a consistent desire to develop their spiritual gifts. Mrs. Davis believes that steadfast efforts at seeking God’s Kingdom before all else will empower members to be leaders in the church, in their homes and in their communities.
An active civic leader, Mrs. Davis has served on the boards of several organizations in Central Brooklyn, and is passionately entrenched in voter registration efforts. She educates and encourages young people to register, become informed voters, and to vote, ultimately cultivating their leadership potential. Moreover, she inspires them to put God first in their lives and promotes a culture for them to give back to their communities.
Mrs. Davis is a graduate of Columbia University with a Master’s degree in Public Health Administration. She was Deputy Director for Administration at Kingsboro Psychiatric Center in Brooklyn prior to her retirement from the New York State Office of Mental Health.
Currently, Mrs. Davis is President of the Community Council for Medgar Evers College. Under her outstanding leadership and commitment to education, the Council has awarded well over
$200,000 in student scholarships.
Mrs. Davis’ desire to embrace, empower and encourage others illustrates that she lives a life where God is indeed the center - “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.” Matthew 6:33