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MY STORY

Wisconsin shaped my values, work ethic, and drive for "Forward" progress. As a 23 year proud resident of Franklin, my husband and I are owners of a part-time psychotherapy practice, I am an award-winning adjunct faculty member at UW-Milwaukee, a family caregiver, and a former high school civics teacher. From my time as a youth in the Franklin Public Schools and Sacred Hearts Church (now St. Martins of Tours) and throughout my professional life, my experience in community service and leadership has been ongoing. I am passionate about my community and motivated to get Wisconsin on the right path.

PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP
  • Milwaukee Public Schools

    • Union Representative

    • Forensics Coach

    • Student Advocacy Advisor

    • Curriculum-Integrated Theater Specialist

    • Community Video Production

  • Award-winning Performance Artist

  • Governance Council, Riverwest

  • Neighborhood Association

  • Block Club Leader, Gordon Park South

  • Instructor, National Mental Health First Aid Program

  • Cofounder & Board Member: Milwaukee Area Time Exchange

  • Cofounder & Board Member: Wright Street Resource Center

  • Cofounder& Board Member: Illinois Vipassana Center

  • UWM Counseling Student Association Officer

  • UWM Trauma Studies Association Faculty Advisor


EDUCATION
  • Bachelor’s Degree, Arts and Sciences, Long Island University

  • Certificate in Secondary Education, Social Studies, UW-Milwaukee

  • Master’s Degree, Educational Psychology, UW-Milwaukee


EMPLOYMENT
  • Milwaukee Public Theater

  • Walker’s Point Community Clinic

  • Sebastian Family Psychology Practice

 

"I want to bring reasonable and rational policy making back to Wisconsin. I will work tirelessly to make our public events SAFER, our economy STRONGER, and our public schools SMARTER. Wisconsin used to have equitable representation in government; it is time to bring that back."

- Deborah Davis