Danneile Davis is a Field Advisor for the NNSC’s Intimate Partner Violence Intervention (IPVI) team, where she provides hands-on strategic advising and support for sites’ data management to project managers, law enforcement executives, community-based organizations, and other leadership at NNSC partner cities across the country. Ms. Davis’s specific portfolio focuses on designing and implementing strategies to both reduce gender-based violence and strengthen police-community trust through reconciliation, particularly with survivors of intimate partner and sexual violence, and in communities further marginalized by race, ethnicity, and gender and sexual identity, expression, and orientation.
Prior to joining the National Network, Ms. Davis worked as an Associate Consultant at Bain and Company in Chicago, IL where she crafted an operational improvement strategy and key performance indicators for a $7B industrials client, developed a 10-year growth strategy for a national, education-based nonprofit, and supported data analysis and client relationships on several other projects. At Bain, she also led undergraduate minority consulting recruitment at Penn and advised on Bain minority retention strategy. Outside Bain, she volunteered as a rape crisis advocate for the YWCA in Chicago, where she still volunteers in an offsite capacity.
Ms. Davis holds a BA in History from the University of Pennsylvania, where she graduated magna cum laude.