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Ms. Davis has been recognized for her dedication and commitment to hospice and palliative care. She has received numerous honors for her commitment to the seriously ill, including the Patient Advocacy Award from the American Academy of Pain Medicine (2013), West Virginia University School of Nursing Top 50 Graduates Award, the first Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation Project on Death in America Nursing Leadership Award in Palliative Care (2006), and the Matthew F. McNulty, Jr. 2007 Award, given by the Healthcare Council of the National Capital Area to honor outstanding healthcare leaders.
As an undergraduate, Ms. Davis received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from West Virginia University (1984), followed by master’s degree in business administration (1989) and a master’s degree nursing (1994). She has dedicated her life to the improvement of care to those with advanced illness and her success has been influential and inspirational in her community.