Erica Davis for Harris County, Texas
As Chief of Staff, for Harris County Precinct One Constable’s Office of Alan Rosen, Davis focuses on building bridges between law enforcement and the community. As a true public servant for the past 14 years, Davis develops educational safety seminars to all communities; provide resource fairs for low-income communities and developed multiple platforms for youth to dialogue on progressive issues. She believes in working with everyone for a common goal for best practice policies. Prior to the Constables office, Davis worked as a High School Spanish Teacher at Mt. Carmel High School and served as interim director for the Acres Homes Chamber for Business & Economic Development.
As Chief of Staff, Davis provided executive support to ensure well-informed decision-making regarding the department's policies, goals, and procedures. As a vital member of the command staff, she collaborated closely with other Chiefs to develop comprehensive long-term strategies and plans, driving the organization towards success. During my leadership of the Public Affairs division, Davis assumed responsibility for a diverse range of functions. This included overseeing media and community management, coordinating public projects, offering policy assistance and training development, allocating resources effectively, and adeptly managing crises and conflicts as they arose. One of the most fulfilling aspects of her position is serving as the liaison and representative of the executives. Davis takes great pride her role, which involves engaging with elected officials, external stakeholders, partners, and the public, building positive relationships and fostering trust on behalf of the organization.
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