Antoinette Davis is a vice president of Impact Justice and the director of the Research & Action Center. She serves on the governance team and also leads a diverse team that assesses the impact of juvenile and criminal justice-related policies, programs, and interventions; and provides training and capacity building.
For more than two decades, Antoinette Davis has dedicated her work to improving outcomes for marginalized communities. She is an expert in research, analysis, and evaluation, particularly around criminal and juvenile justice reform. Antoinette’s work is centered on finding strength-based solutions to complex systemic and social issues. She takes pride in her ability to partner effectively with communities and systems both locally and nationally.
Prior to joining Impact Justice, Antoinette worked at the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, where she led a variety of local, state, and national process and outcome evaluations; assessed the impact of many juvenile justice related policies, programs and interventions; analyzed data, presented findings, facilitated group discussions and focus groups, and developed training materials. She also conducted institutional and student centered research at UC Davis, and provided consulting and technical assistance services to a variety of community based organizations.
Antoinette received a bachelor’s degree in political science and organizational communications studies and a master’s degree in public administration from Arizona State University.