Mandy Mitchell Davis, Deputy Commissioner for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, has been appointed Chairperson of the Mississippi Wireless Communication Commission.
This commission serves to ensure critical personnel have effective communications services available in emergency situations and holds the responsibility for approving all wireless communication purchases within the state and for setting forth rules and regulations governing these purchases.
Davis is the chair of the 16 member commission that meets the first Thursday of each month in the Woolfolk Building at 501 N. West Street in Jackson.
As Deputy Commissioner for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, Ms. Davis oversees the Mississippi Forensics Laboratory, the Office of the State Medical Examiner, and the Facilities and Maintenance Division.
Prior to joining the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, Ms. Davis served as Policy Director for the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Ms. Davis has over 18 years of experience in state government, having worked in the fields of public policy and human resources for the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, the Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration, and the Office of the Mississippi State Treasurer.
Ms. Davis holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Millsaps College, a Master of Public Policy and Administration degree from Mississippi State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in History degree from Mississippi State University.See a typo? Report it here.