During February and March, in honor of Black History Month, AARP is celebrating the stories of six Californians defining what it means to take hold of all of life’s possibilities at any age.
We continue our series this week by featuring George Davis, Interim State President for AARP California and CEO of Davis Broadband Group, a digital distribution consulting firm in Los Angeles. When he's not in the boardroom, he's traveling the world or hiking right here at home.
In addition to serving on AARP California's executive council, George also sits on the boards of New Directions, a nonprofit serving homeless veterans, and the Duke Media Foundation, which provides local high school students with media literacy training and tools . He has also served on the California Board of Governors of the State Bar.
George was drawn to AARP because of his desire to serve the community and help make life better for others as they age. He's also a fan of the work we do on issues impacting multicultural communities, especially sharing resources on health and finances, as well as providing volunteer opportunities.
George's vision and passion are assets to AARP and the community. We're grateful for his service and proud to have him as a member, volunteer, and leader in our state.
Read Part One of our series, featuring Reverend Cecil 'Chip' Murray
Read Part Two of our series, featuring Gwen Bolden-Smith
Read Part Three of our series, featuring David Crippens
Read Part Four of our series, featuring Jackie Dupont-Walker
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