Precious is a true renaissance woman for the ages; As a native Nebraskan she has never lost her Midwestern charm. Lauded internationally as an award winning diversity advocate, communications professional and public speaker she currently serves as the Deputy Press Secretary for the Central Region of the Beyond Coal Campaign at Sierra Club.
With over 15 years of experience in nonprofit administration, leadership development, and public relations Precious is a dynamic speaker and panelist who has been featured at: University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Reed College, University of Michigan, The Chicago Community Trust, Hampshire College, James Madison University, and the University of Cambridge.
Davis finds deep meaning in finding the root of what proliferates bias, bigotry, and prejudice in our world. Through celebrating the beauty of coexistence, uplifting and centering the stories of those who are most marginalized, and seeing that all issues that damn the human condition are interconnected she invites all who come in contact with her to see the resilience that lives within us all.
She previously served for 3 years as the Assistant Director of Diversity Recruitment Initiatives at Columbia College Chicago, her alma mater from which she received a BA in Liberal Arts. Precious implemented the campus wide diversity initiative and under her tenure provided leadership and oversight of national diversity recruitment and strategic inclusion policy initiatives.
Precious also served for 3 years as the Youth Outreach Coordinator at largest LGBT community center in the Midwest: Center on Halsted. Under Precious' tenure she launched and coordinated a 1.6 million dollar CDC HIV prevention grant which provided outreach, education, youth programming and testing services to over 3000 young African American and Latino gay, bi, and trans youth between the ages of 13 and 24.
Precious is married to Myles Brady and is a resident of Hyde Park on the South Side of Chicago.