Jaime Davis provides training and education seminars for businesses, individuals and education institutions, and is dedicated to educating, inspiring, and motivating others. She believes that education empowers people to improve their lives, and remains committed to providing a positive environment that allows for personal and professional growth and success. Jaime has worked in higher education for over 15 years, with experience in Admissions, Instruction, Career Services, and Administration.
Jaime holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, and is pursuing her PhD in Leadership. She is a dynamic public speaker, and has spoken at the Empowering Women Conference, Women Ignite Idaho, and other leadership conferences.
Jaime grew up in Alaska, and began her career in Higher Education at a small Tribal College on the Arctic Ocean. She and her husband, Joshua, moved from Alaska to Idaho, where they lived for 9 years prior to relocating to Wyoming in 2014. Jaime enjoys music and the arts, and is a regular attendee of events at the Cheyenne Civic Center. In her spare time, Jaime can be found in the kitchen creating culinary masterpieces for friends and family to enjoy!
Jaime serves on the Board for the Comea Shelter, Zonta Club of Cheyenne, and Frontier Human Resources Association; sits on the Steering Committee for Leadership Cheyenne, and Junior Leadership of Laramie County; and serves on the Police Civil Service Commission. Jaime is also active in her church and volunteers with music and women’s ministries. Prior to relocating to Wyoming, Jaime served on the Board for the American Red Cross of Greater Idaho, and was a member of Boise Young Professionals and Go Lead Idaho.