#RIP

President Davis was at the forefront of public education advocacy and reform, leading the WTU’s transformation into a social justice, solution-driven organization dedicated to advancing and promoting quality education for all children, irrespective of their zip codes or results of the school lottery, improving teaching and learning conditions, and aggressively amplifying the voice of teachers in the dialogue around issues of teaching and learning. We are confident that her legacy will continue to shape the WTU as well as education across the District.

President Davis' Obituary and the Order of Service for the funeral is available here.

 

In Remembrance

WTU Remembrance of President Davis

We deeply appreciate your expressions of sympathy and your support during this time.

 


Elizabeth A. Davis

Elizabeth A. Davis

President of the Washington Teachers’ Union

Elizabeth A. Davis, the President of the Washington Teachers’ Union (WTU) holds a Master’s degree in Education Administration & Supervision and has taught in DCPS for 44 years as a highly effective, award-winning educator.

President Davis has been hailed by the Washington Post and WTU members as a “game changer.” She has always been at the forefront of public education advocacy and reform. But more recently, she has transformed the WTU into a social justice, solution-driven organization that is dedicated to advancing and promoting quality education for all children, irrespective of their zip codes, improving teaching and learning conditions and aggressively amplifying the voice of teachers in the dialogue around issues of teaching and learning. Under her leadership, the WTU has reimaged itself as a powerful, solution-driven organization of professionals that is highly respected by its members and the DC community at large.