The Harris County Department of Education is a public entity dedicated to helping meet the needs of uniquely challenged learners and school staff in the state’s largest county through innovative programming and support services. Trustee Erica Davis serves as Chairwoman of Governmental Affairs and Special Schools. She is also a member of the policy committee. HCDE directly serves approximately 30,000 students with four alternative campuses, therapy services provided in local schools, 21 Head Start centers for early childhood education, after-school programming in dozens of community and school settings and the oldest adult education program in Texas.
HCDE also supports educators and school staff with professional development opportunities in diverse instructional areas ranging from core content to special populations and educational technology, as well as offers programs supporting school safety and alternative certification.
Erica Davis was appointed as Chief of Staff by Constable Alan Rosen. Her career began in 2013 when she joined as the Community Outreach Director, demonstrating a strong commitment to bridging the gap between law enforcement and the community while actively contributing to significant advancements within the Constable's office. Under Constable Rosen's leadership, Davis shifted her primary focus towards policy development and public engagement.
In her role, she provided executive support to facilitate well-informed decision-making processes related to departmental policies, objectives, and procedures. As an integral member of the command staff, Davis collaborated closely with other Chiefs to formulate comprehensive, long-term organizational strategies and plans, playing a pivotal role in driving the agency towards its goals.
During her tenure leading the Public Affairs division, Davis assumed responsibility for a wide spectrum of functions. This encompassed overseeing media relations, community management, coordination of public initiatives, contributing to policy development, designing training programs, optimizing resource allocation, and deftly handling crises and conflicts as they emerged.
A particularly rewarding aspect of her position involved serving as the principal liaison and representative for the agency's executives. Davis took immense pride in her role, which entailed engaging with external stakeholders, partners, and the public, forging positive relationships, and cultivating trust on behalf of the organization.
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A warming center set up by the Houston Red Cross and the Precinct One Constable's Office will remain open for a third night, until evening temperatures finally move above freezing.
Uses the Churches and Community centers to ensure resources to the community!
Distributed vaccine to the most vulnerable populations. Additionally, facilitated the exchange of Vaccines from the County to Memorial Hermann to make sure they were not just sitting not the shelves.
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4/23, 4/25, 4/26, 4/28, 4/30 & 5/2
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Erica Davis, Harris County Pct. 1 Constable's Office chief of staff, responded.
Toy Give-Away and resources for the community.
PROTECTING COMMUNITIES AND BUILDING TRUST BY REFORMING OUR CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
COMBATING THE CLIMATE CRISIS AND PURSUING ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
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