Scott Alan Davis
Vice President of Inclusion and Economic Development
Scott Alan Davis is the Vice President of Inclusion and Economic Development at SEEL, LLC. Scott's career has spanned throughout community development, specifically focusing on holistic community planning and development, as well as capacity building.
Scott is committed to using all his gifts to support and build strong communities.
Scott Alan Davis is a native Detroiter who attended Detroit Public Schools and later went on to graduate from Calvin University in Grand Rapids, MI, with a bachelor's degree in Communications Arts and Science focused on Public Relations/Marketing and Business. Scott furthered his education at Marygrove College in Detroit, earning his master's degree in Administrative Education. Scott also received national certifications from the National Training Institute as a trainer in Conflict Resolution, Diversity, Multiculturalism, and Facilitation. Davis also received certification in real estate development from the National Development Institute.
Scott joined Solutions for Energy Efficient Logistics in 2013. Scott has won several awards and been recognized numerous times for his work. In 2015, he was honored with the Michigan Chronicle Men of Excellence Award and in 2015 MCLJasco (SEEL's parent company) Chairman's Award for outstanding service. He has served on several boards and community action committees; he is a mentor to several young professionals, youth, and ex-offenders. He also started his consulting firm in 2012, the Robert Carrie Group. Named after his parents, the services offered are financial planning, for profit and non-profit business planning and development (this includes boards), strategic planning, event planning, urban and community planning, fund development, and training in any of the afore mentioned areas. He is committed to supporting all communities and does it through a diversity, equity, and inclusion lens and serves on various national committees in this capacity. Scott was officially certified as a DEI Professional and Leader by the DEI Council in 2021.