Horace Davis

Founder, Board President

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Horace H. Davis is the founder and current president of the Caribbean American Society of New York (CASONY). He created the non-profit organization with the goal of improving the social, educational and economic status of its members through a focus on educational initiatives,  charitable giving, cultural events, and political involvement.

An engineer by profession, Mr. Davis began his career as a member of the management team at the Philadelphia Electric Company. He joined Consolidated Edison Company of New York in 1990 and, since then, has held positions of increasing responsibility. He is currently the company’s General Manager, Central Engineering Services, where he directs and manages a staff of professional and technical employees.

Mr. Davis is an education activist, recently called upon to testify in the New York City Council hearings on diversity in the city’s specialized high schools. Born in Jamaica but raised in Brooklyn and a product of New York City public schools himself, he attended Brooklyn Technical Institute, where he currently serves on the board of the school’s Alumni Foundation. Active in his community, Mr. Davis serves on other local boards as well, including the New York Metropolitan Area Chapter of the American Association of Blacks in Energy.

Mr. Davis holds a Masters degree in Energy Management from New York Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania.