NVAA Leadership Institute Instructors
OVC TTAC's instructors have no vested interest in any product, instrument, device or materials that may be used in this training.
Marcie Davis serves as Chief Executive Officer of Davis Innovations, a research and organizational development consulting firm focusing on outreach to underserved populations and leadership development. She has served as the Director of Underserved Populations for the New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs since October 2002. She is a nationally recognized victim assistance and disability advocate and trainer who leads a diverse staff in providing program development, leadership and management, training, technical writing, grant writing, and research and evaluation services to local, state, federal, and tribal governments and NGOs. Ms. Davis has a Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies and a Master of Library Science, both from the University of Southern Mississippi. Ms. Davis is accompanied by her service dog, Lovey.
Sheree L. Hukill is a professional educator whose experience spans more than 30 years in the fields of business, education, and law. She co-founded and leads a consulting firm, Integrated Concepts, Inc., and a law firm, P&S Legal Advocacy, PLLC. Integrated Concepts served as the management/evaluation team for an Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Rural Domestic Violence Awareness grant serving three counties in northeastern Oklahoma. Ms. Hukill also served as executive director, supervising attorney, and co-founder of a statewide tribal domestic violence coalition; grant writer for numerous Indian tribes and civil service organizations (nonprofits); founding partner of Legal Advocates for Indian Country, LLP; court-appointed counsel for women and children in juvenile deprived actions; public defender and prosecutor for several Indian tribes; national speaker on domestic violence/sexual assault training issues; and a contract peer review consultant for OVW. Ms. Hukill is a graduate of the University of Tulsa College of Law with a juris doctorate and certification in Native American Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution. She has a master's degree in Business Education and a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Oklahoma State University.