Sheryl Evans Davis was born in Denison, Texas, but she grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. She began her career as an educator, working in private schools and volunteering in community centers in the Western Addition.
Early on in her career, Mrs. Davis became well acquainted with the disparity between the two of resources, experiences, expectations and opportunities.She went on to become the founding director of the Mo’ MAGIC collaborative, which develops and implements solutions facing the Western Addition neighborhood around economic development, social justice, education and community health. Currently, Ms. Davis continues her work with Mo’ MAGIC and coordinates programming for the Ella Hill Hutch Community Center through Collective Impact. Sheryl is also a Commissioner on the San Francisco Human Rights Commission.