Shari Davis

Consultant

“All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 

Shari Davis is a consultant for Cook Ross.  In her role, she works with stakeholders to impact organizational culture by developing solutions that engage employees, support leaders, and respond to the shifting needs of our global world.  

Shari’s passion for creating opportunities in which organizations and individuals can grow and thrive drives her commitment to cultivating strategic partnerships focused on her client’s needs and their achievement of organizational and individual success. Shari is an experienced business executive and certified coach with over two decades of experience in the design and execution of human capital management solutions in the areas of leadership development, executive and team coaching, diversity, equity, and inclusion, change management, and training and facilitation.

Shari’s expertise in DEI organizational assessment, education, and consultation is fully engaged as she successfully guides client leadership and teams in exploration, visioning, and behavior development to build inclusive cultures, and strengthen team and organizational cohesiveness. Through planning and execution of systematic assessment approaches she leads clients in identifying the building blocks that shape DEI strategies that align with their company values and mission, and facilitates team conversations and learning events designed to create awareness, disrupt bias, develop inclusive behavior, and drive collective responsibility in creating inclusive, equitable, and respectful work life experiences for all.

Shari holds several human resources (SPHR and SHRM-SCP), coaching (ACC), leadership and team assessment tool certifications, and a M.S. degree in Human Resource Management from University of Maryland – Global Campus.

“All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.