LaVon (LaVon) Bracy Davis (D-040)

State Representative LaVon Bracy Davis

LaVon (LaVon) Bracy Davis (D-040)
Capitol: 850.717.5400
FAX: 850.487.8827
District: 321.417.0934
House Office Building 402 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
PO Box 44
Ocoee, FL 34761

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LaVon is your neighbor. She lives in the historic city of Ocoee, Florida with her husband Pastor Adrian R. Davis. She and her family have been champions for this community for over 35 years. She is the sister of Senator Randolph Bracy, one who has fought fearlessly for this area in Tallahassee for over 10 years. Her mother, LaVon Wright Bracy is a civil rights trailblazer, a three-time elected Presidential delegate for the National Democratic Convention, and author of "A Brave Little Cookie" an autobiographical children's book on her experience integrating her Gainesville, Florida high school during the Civil Rights Era. Her father is a community leader, founding pastor of New Covenant Baptist Church of Orlando, and past president of the Orange County Branch of the NAACP. LaVon Bracy Davis is an advocate and community leader from West Orange County. She attended Dr. Phillips High School and was an active part of the visual and performing arts magnet program. Her love for the arts led her to obtain a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater Arts from Howard University. Her love for service led her to pursue her Juris Doctor from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, College of Law. She is a licensed and barred attorney and previously worked as a Senior Attorney for the Department of Children and Families. Her passion for serving and for the arts merged with her current role as Sr. Director of Community Programming at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. In this role, she has led the diversification of community programming and produced free concerts, events, and educational experiences. She annually contracts over 175 performances featuring local arts groups, and nonprofits of all sizes, and serves as a liaison for all Central Florida community arts organizations. Through her leadership, she generated record-breaking revenue for the Dr. Phillips Center and most importantly contributed to the cultural, artistic, and economic impact of Central Florida. She has been helping businesses thrive for the last 10 years and is prepared to continue to do this as your state representative.

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First Elected: 2022    Next Election: 2024
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