Billie Davis

Running for Casa Grande City Council

Billie Davis boasts an extensive 25-year track record of dedicated grassroots community service in Casa Grande. Her involvement spans a diverse range of initiatives, including spearheading a drug-free workplace campaign, contributing to the Casa Grande Police Advisory board, and participating in the County Attorneys Community Advisement Council. She has also served on the Casa Grande Middle School advisory council and pioneered an afterschool program aimed at nurturing leadership and resilience among local middle school students. Furthermore, she played a pivotal role in organizing and facilitating a Faith-Based Multi-Faith conference addressing Mental Illness. Billie’s commitment extends to engaging youth through focus groups to assess the onset age of alcohol and substance use locally. Notably, she organized the Martin Luther King Day event for two consecutive years and was honored as Women of Valor by the NCNW for her impactful work with youth. Her collaboration with Cenpatico underscores her efforts to foster local community coalitions, leveraging the strengths of the community to identify concerns, assess readiness for change, and design targeted media campaigns to address pressing issues. Billie Davis holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociological Studies and a Master’s degree in Addiction Counseling. She possesses certifications in Internal Family Systems as a treatment modality, as well as trauma and grief therapy, reflecting her commitment to comprehensive and specialized approaches to counseling and therapy. Billie Davis has enjoyed a marriage spanning more than two decades to her husband, a retired military member. As a devoted mother, she has raised four children and now revels in the joy of being a grandmother to ten grandchildren.

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