As Chief of Staff, for Harris County Precinct One Constable’s Office, Erica Davis focuses on building bridges between Law Enforcement and the Community. As a true public servant, Erica develops educational safety seminars to all communities; provide resource fairs for low-income communities and developed multiple platforms for youth to dialogue on progressive issues. She believes in working with everyone with a common goal to best practices, policies, and procedures.
Prior to the Constables office, Erica worked as a High School Spanish Teacher and served as interim director for the Acres Homes Chamber for Business & Economic Development. Erica Davis holds a BA in Interpersonal Communications with a minor in Spanish from the University of Houston and recently graduated from the University of Texas at Austin LBJ School of Public Affairs. Erica is currently a graduate student at Columbia University- New York to further her education.
Erica Davis is a proud Veteran’s wife to David, devoted bonus mom to Elijah, & native Houstonian. In her free time, you can find her having uncomfortable conversations about disparities within all communities.
Erica is eager to bring diversity and a millennial voice to the department of Education to only add to the great work of Harris County Department of Education. She wants to focus on outreach initiatives, and more public involvement as community needs change. Student and Adult resources for all communities to excel. Mrs. Davis believes in closing the achievement gap and focuses on ways that all children can succeed with the resources from the Harris County Department of Education.
Columbia University -New York
School of Professional Studies
Executive Master of Science in Strategic Communication (Dec 2021)
University of Texas at Austin
Lyndon B. Johnson School of
Executive Master in Public Leadership
University of Houston (Main Campus)
Jack J. Valenti School of Communications
Bachelor of Arts in Interpersonal Communication
Your candidate has worked for the community for many years, working tirelessly to make it a better place through building bridges between Law Enforcement & youth, creating educational program to increase public safety, and implementing policies to increase transparency with the vision of Constable Alan Rosen.
Your candidate knows the value of the Harris County Department of Education. That's why they're running for this position. Diversity and inclusion is important and mirroring the community as a board is the key when serving through educational resources.
Your candidate wants to add to the great efforts that the Harris County Department of Education has established. It is a public entity dedicated to helping meet the needs of uniquely challenged learners and school staff in the state’s largest county through innovative programming and support services. HCDE directly serves approximately 30,000 students with four alternative campuses, therapy services provided in local schools, 17 Head Start centers for early childhood education, after-school programming in dozens of community and school settings and the largest adult education program in Texas.
HCDE offers so many resources that most minority communities are unaware of. With my experience HCDE will expand its outreach efforts to help more community members to receive the resources.
HCDE has began its first public recovery high school. I want to strengthen the educational programs that can lead to Fortis Academy and after school programs.
Let's focus on the quality of preschool educational programs and make sure they are all great community investments. With more assistance at this level the more likely success in grade school and high school. Higher rate of graduation and greater likelihood of attending college.
Mrs. Erica Davis was born in Houston, Texas. During adolescence, she attended Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart and The High School for Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice. Ms. Erica C. Davis continued her prestigious desire to learn at an immaculate Tier 1 institution. In the year of 2009 she became a graduate of the University of Houston, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Interpersonal Communications with a minor in Spanish. She began her efforts to reach the community as an intern excelling on general assignments, which would later lead her to become the Senior Media Relations Specialist, where she handled all communications for the African-American News & Issues Publication. Mrs. Davis furthered her career serving the community through a weekly Column entitled "Through Erica’s Eyes." This specific segment of her profession focused on youth issues, current issues, and issues across the state of Texas. As she advanced her goals to better the community, she served as Interim Director for the Acres Homes Chamber for Business and Economic development. There, she created programs to help raise public awareness through outlets that brought the community together and made them stronger as a whole and as individuals. Teaching Spanish on a high school level gave Mrs. Davis the direct opportunity to provide a surpassing foundation for the community. Today, Erica Davis serves as the Community Outreach Director for the Harris County Precinct One Constable’s Office of Alan Rosen. Working as a direct liaison of one of the largest Constable Offices in Harris County she has focused on Building Bridges between Law Enforcement & the Community..
Under the leadership of Constable Alan Rosen, a Building Bridges Teen Summit was created to have a dialogue between Law Enforcement and the youth. The perspectives are shared and relationships are built.
Continue to have events that are in the communities that need resources. The events continue to take place in walking distance for families who are having challenges.
Increasing the quality of life in unlivable conditions. Harris County Pct. 1 Constable's Office open warming centers across the city during freezing temperatures to assist our homeless population.
At Pct. 1 Constable's Office, we personally deliver food to families that ask for assistance during the holidays.