Professor Margeree Davis is a native of Isola, Mississippi and graduated from Sam M. Brinkley High School in Jackson, Mississippi. She attended Alcorn University in Lorman, Mississippi and El Centro College in Dallas, Texas. Professor Davis relocated to the Michigan where she graduated from University of Detroit-Mercy with a B.A. in Communication and cum laude of her class. In 1999, she earned her Master in Communication with an emphasis in Speech Communication from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.
Professor Davis has also received a Real Estate Sales License and certification for Ceramic Instructor. She is currently an Instructor of Speech at Tougaloo College. The National Coalition for 100 Black Women Central Mississippi Chapter (Board Member), Toastmaster, NAACP, advisor for Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, and president of Kappa Delta Pi are a few of the organizations for which she is involved. Professor Davis was selected as the first Faculty fellow for the Faculty Development /QEP Center at Tougaloo College and serves as the Principal Investigator for UNCF/Ford Faculty Enhancement Initiative Grant. This Grant was awarded to only six of the 39 private historically black colleges and universities. She was recently appointed to interim Director of the Faculty Development/QEP Center.