Delegate Glenn Davis
Delegate Glenn Davis is a public servant, business owner, and serial entrepreneur. Glenn began his entrepreneurial career in a one-bedroom apartment in Virginia Beach, Virginia. There, he started his first company, a telecommunications management firm which soon became a leading telecom business. He has represented the 84th House of Delegates District in the Virginia General Assembly since 2014, prior to which he was twice elected to the Virginia Beach City Council, in 2008 and 2012. Glenn serves on the Education, Transportation, and General Laws Committees. He also serves as Vice Chairman of the Joint Commission on Technology and Science and chaired its Cyber Security and Blockchain subcommittees.
In the Virginia General Assembly, Glenn is one of Virginia’s leading advocates for economic development, regulatory and tax reform, and helping grow Virginia’s small businesses. Since his days on the Virginia Beach City Council, Delegate Davis has also supported projects to preserve green spaces and enable us to be better stewards of our environment. He supported and voted to approve funding for Virginia Beach to acquire Pleasure House Point, preserving 118 acres of wetlands, maritime forest, and green space in a region that faces rapid development. Glenn then worked in support of the Brock Environmental Center which was later constructed on that site. located there.
Recently, Glenn met with President Obama’s FEMA administrator Craig Fugate to discuss practical solutions for states and localities to address sea level rise and flooding. Glenn has also been recognized by the Sierra Club as an Offshore Wind Champion for his significant support in growing offshore wind generation.