Jeremiah's Place is excited to announce a new addition to our Board of Directors, Blayre Holmes Davis! Blayre brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to our ever expanding board. The inclusion of her guidance and expertise combined with the talents of our existing team will only further help Jeremiah's Place to achieve our mission and vision.
Learn more about Blayre:
Blayre Holmes Davis is the Director of Community Relations for the Pittsburgh Steelers. In her role, she is in charge of spearheading the organizations community engagement initiatives and programs. This includes the organizations social justice fund and working collaboratively with each of the players on their community engagement and charitable giving.
Prior to joining the Pittsburgh Steelers she was the Director of Advocacy and Community Outreach at Adagio Health. In her role, she was in charge of developing and implementing the organizations advocacy platform and working collaboratively with a variety of community stakeholders to create healthcare and education partnerships in communities throughout Western PA. Prior to joining Adagio Health, she served as the Program Manager at the Women and Girls Foundation, training over 200 high school girls to be the next generation of civic leaders; through teaching politics, government, youth organizing, leadership development, and community engagement.
Blayre has presented at a variety of local and regional trainings and conferences on women's healthcare, gender wage gap, women in leadership, salary negotiation, and youth organizing.
Blayre graduated from California University of Pennsylvania in 2012 with a degree in Communication. She currently serves on the boards of the YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh, Jeremiah’s Place, Emerge Pennsylvania and the Professional Women Network. Blayre was also recently appointed to the Commission for Women by Governor Tom Wolf.