About – Rashad Davis
Rashad Davis is a graduate of Devry University with a Bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems. He continued his education at University of Illinois-Chicago receiving a dual Master of Information Systems and Business Administration. Realizing there is work to do in education, he further continued his educational path obtaining a Masters of Education in Education Policy, Organization and Leadership with a concentration in Diversity & Equity from the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign. He is a current Doctoral candidate at Capella University with a focus in curriculum and instruction.
Rashad currently serves as a Senior IT Lead working across several Noble schools. Throughout his time at Noble he has been a member of the Noble Diverse Leaders Fellowship and served on the Black Scholars Working group committee and is a current Noble Principal Fellow.
Rashad is a current member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and serves as a mentor for Chicago Scholars. Rashad considers himself to be ratchetdemic and a relentless advocate for students. He is passionate about educational equity policies and outcomes which continue to move the needle against anti-blackness and toward a more anti-racist system for the sake of our black and brown students.