Khaliff Davis serves as the Director of K-12 Education at the Reinvestment Fund. Based in Atlanta, GA, he is responsible for expanding Reinvestment Fund’s school facilities portfolio in the Southeastern region of the United States through strategic partnerships, quality school support, and high impact school transactions. Mr. Davis brings ten years of experience in finance, community development, and direct classroom instruction.
He most recently worked for Capital Impact Partners based in the Washington DC region, where he was responsible for originating new investments to promote positive neighborhood transformation through key sectors including K-12 education, healthcare, healthy foods, and affordable housing. In this role, Mr. Davis originated more than $40 million in community investments across all sectors, over half of which was originated in the K-12 education sector. Mr. Davis was also responsible for advising leadership on corporate strategy and publishing research that has contributed to Capital Impact’s organizational theory of supporting high quality education.
Mr. Davis has a Masters in City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. A former teacher in the Gwinnett County School System and Teach For America alumnus, Mr. Davis stays involved with Teach For America and several other education organizations. Mr. Davis is also a member of the American Planning Association and the Urban Land Institute. He previously served as a board member for the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership, working on their real estate development and loan fund committees.