Paige Davis



Professor Paige Davis is an Academic Consultant serving both corporate and collegiate partners. She has worked in the education sector for twenty years, primarily in higher education where she accepted her first faculty assignment at age 26. Throughout her tenure in higher education, Paige has taught thousands of undergraduate students taking courses in public speaking, interpersonal communication, business communication, and teacher preparation. She has taken on roles including department chair, district-level curriculum committees, regional accreditation teams and traveled to Jakarta to assist in the establishment of an Indonesian partner campus.

Paige graduated with a BA in Communication from Concordia University as an undergraduate. She went on to attend the University of Texas at Tyler where she received a MA in Teaching, graduating with honors. Paige completed doctoral work at Northeastern University and is currently ABD status at the College of Professional Studies, Doctor of Education, Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership.

Aside from spending time with family, Paige truly enjoys mentoring students of all ages. She also serves on the Board of Directors for PFLAG San Antonio and advocates for human rights.

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