Kenneth E. Davis
Kenneth E. Davis is a Senior Director for DMGS in its Philadelphia office. His experience includes developing grass-roots legislative communications systems, publishing legislative and political newsletters, creating political education programs and establishing political action committees.
Early in his career, Ken was a senior legislative and administrative assistant to Senator Hugh Scott in Washington, DC. Subsequently, he was named Director of Government Relations for Rohm and Haas, the Philadelphia-based chemical manufacturer. Ken represented the company at the federal, state and local levels of government as well as to selected foreign governments.
Following his experience in the private sector, Ken held key posts in the administrations of state and city governments. He served on the Transition Team for former Governor Tom Ridge, where he was charged with review of the Commonwealth's Department of Labor and Industry, and held positions on other sub-cabinet boards and commissions for the Ridge administration, such as the Pennsylvania Economic Development Financing Authority. Ken was a member of former Mayor Edward G. Rendell's Private Sector Task Force on Management and Productivity, and directed and wrote a study of the city's commercial and economic development policies. Governor Rendell had since appointed him and Governor Tom Corbett re-appointed him, to Pennsylvania's Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority.
Ken earned a B.A. in political science from Moravian College and an M.A. in government from American University. He holds leadership positions in a number of trade, professional and civic associations in Washington, DC, Philadelphia and Harrisburg. In Montgomery County, he chairs the Community Revitalization Board. He was a member of Lower Merion Township's elected Board of Commissioners, on which he served as president. In addition, Ken was Chairman of the Montgomery County Republican Committee.