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Lindsay Davis, ED.D.

Deputy Director, Leadership and Programming
George W. Bush Institute

Dr. Lindsay Davis serves as the Deputy Director of Leadership and Programming at the George W. Bush Institute. In this role, she manages alumni relations with participants in the Institute’s many leadership programs, including the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program and the Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program.

Dr. Lindsay Davis serves as the Deputy Director of Leadership and Programming at the George W. Bush Institute. In this role, she manages alumni relations with participants in the Institute’s many leadership programs, including the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program and the Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program.

Prior to joining the George W. Bush Institute, Dr. Davis served as the Assistant Dean for Scholars Programs at Southern Methodist University, where she led the Nancy Ann and Ray L. Hunt Leadership Scholars Program and the President’s Scholars Program. Her ten-year career at SMU was preceded by work in the Office of Undergraduate Admission at Texas Christian University. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the Junior League of Dallas.

Dr. Davis received undergraduate degrees in Entrepreneurial Management and Theatre from Texas Christian University, and both a master’s degree in Education Policy and Leadership and a doctorate degree in Higher Education from Southern Methodist University.