Dominique Davis is Founder and CEO of Community Passageways, where he works to improve racial parity in schools, prisons and communities.
He sits on the King County Juvenile Justice Equity Steering Committee where he works with King County Superior Court judges (to address racial inequity in the juvenile justice system), Our Best Advisory Council (to advise the Mayor and City leaders on a long-term strategy to support young black male achievement), the Immigrant Family Institute Community Advisory Committee, and the Mayor’s Youth Opportunity Initiative Justice Advisory Committee.
He has previously served as Co-Director of the 180 Program, which was named 2015 Best New Nonprofit by Seattle Foundation and Seattle Met Magazine under his leadership. Dominique received the
NW Justice Forum’s 2017 Restorative Justice Award
One of the Most Influential Seattleites of 2017 by Seattle Magazine.
Interview with local community organizer Dom Davis @ the Black Fathers March Tukwilla Wa, quick solutions and ideas stem from love, redistribution resources, and more. Community Passageways. — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/recoach/message