Nisha Davis – 2024 Parent Ambassador

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Our Parent Ambassadors program gives parents and child care providers of early learners the tools they need to advocate for meaningful, lasting change in early childhood education policy. In this series, we’re highlighting our Class of 2024 Parent Ambassadors. Get to know them!

Nisha Davis

Mom of 2

In-Home I child care provider in North Omaha

Enjoys Lifetime movies and spending time with family

Favorite Quote:

“If it ought to be, it’s up to me. Reach for the stars.”

Tell us about yourself!

My name is Nisha Davis. I have a husband and two children, a girl, age 5, and a boy, age 10. I am a child care provider, home 1, located in North Omaha. I have been working with children of all ages for about 20 years in different capacities. I have worked at various after-school programs and for the Omaha Public Schools District. I have a teaching certificate in secondary Health and Special Education. I also have an administrative degree in K-12 and a leadership endorsement. I like watching Lifetime movies and spending time with my family. Reading inspirational tools and working out are some of my hobbies.

What made you want to become a Parent Ambassador?

An email

What do you see as the greatest need for your community?

Quality early childhood education and parental involvement in their child’s education. Ongoing resources and training for parents and educators.

What do you hope to accomplish during your Ambassadorship? 

Learning ways to support children and families.

Who or what inspires you?

Leaders who support underserved communities and are nonjudgmental to building a better community. They want to help at all costs. Gandhi, Michelle Obama, my old principal, and many other wonderful leaders.