Bernard S. Davis "Trey", Ed.D.
Doctor of Education
Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA, 2015
Master of Education
George Washington University
Master of Science in Educational Leadership, 2008
Old Dominion University
Master of Science in Occupational and Technical Studies, 2006
Bachelor of Science - Business
North Carolina Wesleyan College, Rocky Mount, N.C., 1993
Richmond County Public Schools
Superintendent of Schools, February 1, 2021-Present
Manassas City Public Schools
Educational Supervisor, 2018-2021
Northern Neck Regional Governor’s School
King and Queen Central High School
Hermitage Technical Center
Assistant Principal, 2007-2010
Hanover High School
Business Teacher/Assistant Activities Director, 2003-2007
Northumberland County Public Schools
Technology Director, 1997-2003
Virginia Association of Career & Technical Education Administrators (VACTE)
Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE)
Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals (VASSP)
Virginia Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (Lifetime member)
National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (Lifetime member)
VASSP National Conference, Baltimore, MD, 2013
Harvard Educational Leader Institute, Harvard University, 2012
Professional Learning Community Conference, Baltimore Maryland, 2012
SURN Principals’ Academy, 2012
Career and Technical National Conference, 2007, 2008
Hanover County Leadership Academy, 2006
Prince William Leadership Academy 2020
Built a strong Career and Technical Education Advisory board for Manassas City Public Schools that engaged the students and the local major business employees.
Oversaw the implementation of a strong Career and Technical Education Business Advisory Board for the Northern Neck Regional Governor’s STEM Academy. School received several local, regional, and state awards.
Led Central High School of King and Queen County out of school improvement. Appointed the lead turnaround principal and saw the transformation of instructional delivery and community engagement. The high school became fully accredited the following school year.
Staff member who assisted in opening up Hanover High School in 2003 as the assistant activities director, business teacher, and baseball and football coach.
Married to Mary Magee Davis for over 13 years. One daughter Anne Claire Davis, and one son, Clayton Jack Davis.
Hobbies: Spending time with my family and sports of all types.
Community Activities: International Rotary, Little League, and all school events and activities