A senior program officer for the Walton Family Foundation has been chosen to be a Presidential Leadership Scholar.
Kim Davis, Senior Program Officer for the WFF Home Region, has been selected for the fifth annual Presidential Leadership Scholar class. As part of this program, Davis will join 60 leaders from around the nation to learn about leadership through the lens of presidents including George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Lyndon B. Johnson.
According to a WFF press release, Davis was chosen for the program due to his “leadership growth potential and personal leadership projects aimed at improving civic engagement and social good.”
Prior to his current role, Davis served as director of external relations and economic development and as director of education and workforce for the Northwest Arkansas Council. He also served on the Arkansas State Board of Education. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science, as well as a master’s degree and certificate in educational leadership.