SDLA Board Member - Christie Davis

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Business Development Manager, Project HOPE

Christie Davis is a Business Development Manager for Project HOPE, a global health and humanitarian relief nonprofit and NGO. In this role, she works to acquire and expand public sector and large foundation funding for global health programs in the areas of disasters and health crises; infectious diseases; noncommunicable diseases; maternal, neonatal and child health; and health policy. Prior to joining Project HOPE, she was a Senior Proposal Manager for a specialty healthcare and fitness company, handling business development and Requests for Proposals with a focus on providing and expanding programs to Medicare and Special Needs populations.

She is the former President of the Pacific Beach Democratic Club and was previously a member of the San Diego County Democratic Party Central Committee and Metro West Caucus. She is an SDLA Institute Fellow for the year 2020, and has served on the Alumni, Membership, Programming & Development (AMPD) Committee for SDLA since 2021. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in History from the University of Colorado Boulder.

Christie grew up in a small town on the front range of Colorado. Post-college, she relocated to San Diego and ultimately decided to make this city her home. She is passionate about policy advocacy and community service, and spends much of her free time volunteering for campaigns and candidates that align with her values. She also enjoys hot yoga, quality time with friends, surfing terribly, anything with caffeine, and tweeting too much.


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  • Maria Bojorquez-Gomez
    published this page in Board of Directors 2022-09-09 19:15:12 -0700

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