Dr. Ella Davis is a native of Quitman, Louisiana. She is a long-time educator having earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education from Louisiana Tech University, a Master of Science degree in Developmental Education, as well as Plus 30 in Administration from Grambling State University, and a Doctorate of Education in Administration Leadership for Teaching and Learning from Walden University.
Davis’ biography has been featured and honored in Sterling’s Who’s Who, Who’s Who in American Education, Who’s Who in the World, the International Dictionary of Distinguished Leaders, Dictionary of International Biography, and Who’s Who in the World of Women. Dr. Davis earned a place on the National Dean’s list, and is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society.
As a result of her extensive training and experience in education, Davis procured a registered trademark titled: A+ Special Education Classroom. Additionally, she owns the rights to other works.
People of all ages and various groups may benefit by using her publications; each book is unique in its approach to the subject matter. See more about Dr. Davis’ books by clicking the links in the left-hand column of this page for these publications: Rearing A Child, Be a Success, An American Woman, and the other works that are included on this website.
ACCLAIM FOR THE WORKS OF DR. ELLA DAVIS
An American Woman – “The subject was clear and to the point. Dr. Davis is able to write clearly and pique the interest of readers so as to make you want to research for more information on the subject.” Elmira Wafer (Social Worker)
“An American Woman is very inspirational, informational, and educational.” Jeannetta Stephens-Jones, Ed.D. (Educational Diagnostician)
Rearing A Child, Be A Success, and An American Woman – “Ella Davis approaches the needs of the family in a way we thought was lost. Her resources are sure to help us captivate the stories, love and legacy of families.” -Jamie Mayes (Author, Orator, Educator) Visit Author Jamie Mayes’s Website
“Wishing the author of the books Rearing A Child, Be A Success, and An American Woman much success. These books will encourage our young people, and also is a great help to parents and professionals that work with children and adults.” Norma Chapman (Evangelist, Author)
“Ella brings her years of community development to life in these pages. A real powerful experience from cover to cover.” Jessee Carlton Fleenor (Democratic Congressional Candidate)
“Rearing A Child can be used in my practice as a guide to help the parents that I see develop ideas on family centered activities, and this book provides information on the aging process of children from birth to age 21. Be A Success can be used in my practice as a guide for my younger adults to plan for their future development, and for my elderly and middle age patients to identify positive milestones of their lives. An American Woman can be used in my practice as a motivating tool to help those that struggle with self-worth and self-esteem problems and allow them to identify with those whom have struggled and still beat the odds.” Andrea Williams (Social Service Director)