Margaret B. Davis
President and CEO
Margaret was appointed President and CEO of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation in March 2009. She brings to the Foundation a 30-year professional career in nonprofit management, communications, and resource development as well as almost 20 years of volunteer leadership with Marine Corps Family Readiness programs.
Her work at the civic and national levels includes most recently being Associate Dean at Washington National Cathedral and of counsel or on staff with National Children’s Museum, the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Ravinia Festival, and Northwestern University.
In addition to her years of volunteer family support work with major Marine commands (including Marine Forces Reserve, Marine Forces Europe, and Marine Corps Mobilization Command), she was awarded the Department of the Navy Superior Public Service Medal in 2008. With a life-long commitment to education and family welfare, Margaret has also served on the boards of Milton Academy, Family Focus, and Chicago Children’s Museum. She is a graduate of Mt. Holyoke College.
Margaret is a granddaughter of a WWI Marine Corporal. She and her husband, retired Marine Major General Andrew “Drew” Davis, Executive Director of the Reserve Officers Association, live in Annapolis, MD, and have two daughters, Caroline and 2nd LT Katharine Davis USMC.