Ms. Davis is an attorney with the Seattle office of Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich and Rosati. Her primary area of practice is securities litigation, and she also provides pro bono legal services in the area of animal law. Ms. Davis co-chairs a public education campaign called “KCACC Exposed,” which is dedicated to correcting inhumane conditions that exist at the animal shelters run by King County Animal Care and Control (KCACC) in King County, WA. Ms. Davis also served on the KCACC Citizens’ Advisory Committee, and is a stakeholder member of a King County work group charged with developing a strategic plan for improving the King County sheltering system. Before moving to the Seattle area, Ms. Davis served as the animal law advisor for Best Friends Animal Society, the largest companion animal sanctuary in the United States and an outspoken advocate for creating a No Kill nation. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Ms. Davis participated in animal rescue efforts in Louisiana on behalf of Alley Cat Allies, a national feral cat advocacy group. Ms. Davis is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and The George Washington University. Before attending law school, she worked as a newspaper reporter for several years.