Anthony Davis

B.A., University of Kansas
Major: African and African American Studies
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Anthony Davis, a Mark Keane and Harry Nalbandian scholar, is a 2012 graduate of the University of Kansas with a degree in African and African-American Studies. He’s a former college football defensive team captain for the University of Kansas football team. Anthony is the first recipient of the Crimson Climb award in Kansas Athletics which recognizes a student athlete who has overcome academic challenge and made consistent scholastic progress. He served in the Lawrence community as an AmeriCorps member and Boys and Girls Club group leader, and he also worked for The City of Lawrence recreation department as a recreational referee. Anthony is currently working in the City of Olathe City Manager’s office.

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