Arielle Davis

Development & Communications Consultant / arielle@soulsistersleadership.org

Arielle Davis has has spent 10+ years of her professional career in youth work, curriculum creation/development and community organizing, from representing Gulf Coast Housing Rehabilitation Efforts on Anderson Cooper 365 to testifying before WA State Congress on the effects of political lobbying on youth. After pursuing her degree in sociology/anthropology from University of Washington, Arielle developed experiential curriculum and programming for at-hisk/high-risk youth across 3 states, 6 countries and over 20 languages; she spends her spare time continuing to consult on behalf of LGBTQIAA communities, salsa dancing and planning new international adventures!