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Patricia A. Davis, B.S., M.B.A., M.S., is the Managing Director of Davis Financial Services, and the founder and Executive Director of Money Matter$, Inc., a 501 C(3) non-profit corporation. She is a seasoned, former corporate financial management executive who has held high-level positions with several Fortune 500 corporations. She is an author and speaker, and coaches individuals and couples nationwide about the laws and realities of the money game. Her primary focus is underserved populations. Ms. Davis is also a licensed provider of Camp Millionaire, a worldwide financial literacy education program for kids, teens and adults.
Ms. Davis is an honors graduate of Howard University (B.S. in mathematics and statistics, cum laude), Stanford University (MBA in finance, Top 1%); Golden Gate University (MS in Personal Financial Planning, Top Student Award); and Georgetown University’s Stonier Graduate School of Banking and Finance (with distinction). She is a former White House Fellow, appears frequently on radio and television, has done book reviews, and speaks regularly on the topic of financial literacy. Financial education for all is her passion!
Ms. Davis’ first book was the Washington-Post-endorsed Mimi, Money and Me: 101 Realities About Money Daddy Never Taught Me but Mama Always Knew, a simply written financial primer for all ages. Her second book is titled Money Secrets for the Sandwich Generation (Squeezed in the Financial Middle). It focuses on issues faced by individuals simultaneously dealing with elders on the one side and adult/minor children on the other. It is full of money tips and other hints as well as research information to help make them feel less weary as they travel that sometimes difficult road. The most recent book is the Amazon Top 100 Going Broke is No Joke! 52 money Tips Everybody Should Know. It is chock full of basic financial tips on topics like banking credit, budgeting, managing student loans, surviving job loss, scams as well as helpful financial resources.