Laura Davis has a master's degree in speech-language pathology from the University of Kansas. She has worked at Lake Regional Health Systems for over 14 years.
The Camdenton R-III School District Education Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce three new board members to their non-profit organization. Laura Davis, Michael Gilley, and Alison Martin recently joined the 12 other volunteer board members in meeting the needs of the students and staff of the Camdenton R-III School District that fall outside of the normal operating budget.
“I think it’s important that teachers and students have access to educational tools to succeed,” Laura points out. Laura Davis has a master’s degree in speech-language pathology from the University of Kansas. She has worked at Lake Regional Health Systems for over 14 years helping adults and children improve speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing function. She is also a member of the hospital’s Stroke Team. Mrs. Davis is serving her second term on the Camdenton Board of Education. She is a past secretary of the Camdenton Band Booster Board. Mrs. Davis is married to Jed Davis who works in healthcare consulting. Her daughter, Kallie, attended Camdenton Schools from kindergarten through 12th grade and received the International Baccalaureate diploma as a 2018 graduate.
“I have always been committed to giving back to Camdenton Schools,” says Michael. “I look forward to serving on the Education Foundation Board.” Michael is a Camden County Associate Circuit Court Judge and a 1996 graduate of Camdenton High School. He and his wife, Erica, have five children: Madison, Graci, Lauren, Cole, and Eli. Michael received his undergraduate degree in Finance from Arizona State University, his Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law, and his Master of Laws in Taxation from Northwestern University School of Law. Michael also serves on the Laker Athletic Booster Board.
Also joining the board is Alison Scott. She was born and raised in Camdenton and is a 2003 Camdenton graduate. Alison is married to Scottie Martin, also a Camdenton graduate. Together they have two daughters Lily, 8 and Emily, 5. Alison is the Program Coordinator for Lake Area Big Brothers Big Sisters. She also helps with her husband’s family business, Scott’s Concrete. Alison has her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Drury University in Springfield, Missouri. In December, she will have her Masters of Science degree in Family and Human Development from Arizona State University. One of Alison’s favorite quotes is by Josh Shipp, “Every kid is one caring adult away from being a success story.”
The Camdenton R-III School District Education Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) entity founded in 1990, staying true to its motto, “Steering the Course for the Future.” More details can be found at www.camdentonschools.org, under the Community tab.