Alicia Davis is a Principal Court Management Consultant with the National Center for State Courts (NCSC). Ms. Davis has experience in all aspects of justice sector planning and performance improvement, including work with judicial and corrections institutions, public defender and social welfare services, with a focus on access to justice for traditionally marginalized groups, including women, juveniles, and indigenous communities. An expert in high-performance court frameworks, Ms. Davis has conducted operational assessments, facilitated participatory evaluations, and designed standard operating procedures for numerous judicial sector institutions. Ms. Davis received her J.D. from the S.J. Quinney School of Law at the University of Utah in 1999 and is a trained project management professional and certified mediator. She is fluent in Spanish and English.
Highlights of NCSC Projects:
- Family Justice Initiative, National Project Director
- Technical Assistance Provider, Capacity Building Center for Courts (Children’s Bureau)
- Judicial Trainer, International Framework for Court Excellence (Malaysia, Colombia, Costa Rica)
- Trainer and Facilitator, the High-Performance Court Framework: Arizona, Idaho, Michigan, Missouri, and USVI.
- Fellow, Colombia Corporation for Excellence in Justice (State Department)
- Consultant, Puerto Rico Case Management Process Review
- Privacy and Information-Sharing in Juvenile Justice
- National Information Exchange Model, Child, Youth and Family Services Domain
- Judicial Leadership in Child Welfare, Casey Family Programs