April 25, 2022– Tommy Nobis Center, a Marietta-based nonprofit that helps individuals with disabilities enter or return to employment, recently named Meagan Davis as Vice President of Development. Davis joined Tommy Nobis Center in November 2016 and previously served as Director of Development. In her new role, she will provide vision and leadership for all development initiatives, including organizational expansion and community outreach, and provide leadership for the organization’s annual giving and stewardship campaigns, grant and vehicle donation programs, and annual events.
“Tommy Nobis Center’s mission holds a special significance for me because of my family’s close, personal ties to the disability community,” says Davis. “I am proud to share this incredible organization’s dedication to providing youth and adults with disabilities the opportunities and resources they deserve and need to thrive. It is an honor to continue to serve with such a phenomenal team.”
Prior to joining Tommy Nobis Center, Davis served for over a decade in education and nonprofit community outreach with populations in Georgia, Alabama, Honduras, and South Korea. Her commitment to supporting diverse, multicultural workplaces has been a driving force throughout her tenure with secondary and postsecondary institutions, job readiness programs, and youth development organizations.
“This is a well-deserved promotion,” says Dave Ward, President and CEO of Tommy Nobis Center. “Meagan has proven herself to be a leader, cultural ambassador and passionate mission-driven teammate of TNC. She will drive our fundraising activities that fuel our programs and allow us to achieve our mission and change lives.”
Davis has a Master of Arts degree in English from The University of South Alabama. She is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and received her CFRE certification in 2020. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Kennesaw Business Association and on the Administrative Council for Eastside Church in Atlanta.