Gracie Davis ’21 is an International Studies major with Minors in the Arabic Language and Military Studies from Buffalo, Texas. Gracie spent her first three years in the Corps with Squadron 6, but moved to Corps Staff for her senior year to serve as Operations Officer of the Corps.

Gracie is an intern with the Hollingsworth Center for Ethical Leadership, where she serves as Vice Chair of the Intentional Leadership Conference. Gracie is also a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, has spent time on Texas A&M’s Debate Team, and has held an internship with Civilizations Exchange and Cooperation Foundation (CECF), a non-profit in Baltimore, Maryland, since her sophomore year. At CECF she is recognized as an official speaker and presenter on interfaith and intercultural relations for national programs, and a Programs Officer for American universities overseas.

Gracie says that she wouldn’t be who she is today without her Corps experience. She is thankful every day for the opportunities she’s had for growth in this organization. Upon graduation in May 2021, Gracie will to move to Washington DC where she will continue working with CECF, and study International Conflict Resolution. We are incredibly proud of her and are confident in her future success. Good luck and Best wishes, Gracie!