Jacqueline Davis joined the Duke staff in July of 2012 and serves as an Assistant Director of Academic Support Services providing academic support to the football and men’s soccer programs. She was promoted from Academic Coordinator into her current role in July of 2018.
Davis, a native of Mt. Pleasant, S.C., earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in health and exercise science from Furman University in 2005. She came to Duke after graduate school at Clemson University.
While earning her master’s degree in counselor education from Clemson University, she also held multiple positions throughout her graduate career. She held three different positions during graduate school in the Michelin Career Center as a graduate assistant, in the College of Health, Education and Human Development as a graduate advisor, and in the Student-Athlete Enrichment Program as a strategic tutor, all during the 2010-11 and 2011-12 academic years.
Davis currently resides in Durham with her husband Justin Davis.