Deborah Davis is the Director of the Minority Business Assistance Center (MBAC) at the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky African American Chamber of Commerce. In her role, she helps Ohio small, minority-owned, and socially and economically disadvantaged businesses with state certifications, government contract opportunities, and business growth and development.
Prior to her role, she worked for several nonprofits including: The Council of Aging, American Red Cross, Family Service of the Cincinnati Area and the YWCA of Cambridge in Cambridge, MA. Her responsibilities ranged from project management to corporate fundraising, along with being active in the Cincinnati community. Davis’ experience has allowed her to build strong partnerships with leading Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and community-based organizations.
Davis received her master’s degree in Project Management from the Keller School of Management and a master’s degree in Communication from Boston University. She also received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Northeastern University. Deborah is the proud mother of Jameel Davis-Jones, Graduate of Berklee College of Music and Dyami Davis-Spence, Engineering Freshman at Purdue University.