We’re delighted to announce that May Davis will be joining us as a visiting fellow. May will add valuable experience to the Independent Women’s Law Center with her expertise on a wide range of issues.

May has a diverse background which includes time in both policy and legal roles in the White House, litigation in Denver, and participating in the Teach for America program. 

Meet May below: 

May Davis is a former legal advisor to President Donald J. Trump, where she advised on a wide range of policies including healthcare, immigration, and social issues. While in the White House, she also worked in the office of the Chief of Staff and the Staff Secretary’s office. Prior to entering public service, May practiced litigation in Denver and, earlier in her career, taught sixth grade in Kansas City through Teach for America. May received a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Kansas where she served as Student Body Vice President and a J.D. from Harvard Law School where she served as President of the Federalist Society. 

Welcome May!