Anthony Thomas-Davis is Policy Associate at the Brennan Center for Justice, based in the Center’s Washington, DC Office. He coordinates the Center’s federal legislative portfolio, and manages policy research, legislative planning and strategy, advocacy communications, coalition outreach and engagement, and special projects and initiatives.
Mr. Thomas-Davis brings over five years of legislative, policy and legal experience. A proven administrator with strategic, tactical and operational expertise, he has substantial experience in advocacy planning and evaluation, policy analysis and development, community organizing and campaigns, issues management, coalition building, and strategic planning.
He previously served as special assistant to the director and counsel of the Brennan Center’s Washington Office. Prior to joining the Brennan Center, Mr. Thomas-Davis worked as a field organizer for congressional campaigns, and as an advocacy and policy manager for several national professional and trade associations. He has also worked in various capacities facilitating organizational development and performance improvement.
Mr. Thomas-Davis began his career as a paralegal in Chicago. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from DePaul University, minoring in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and holds a Master’s degree in Political Science, with a concentration in public law and policy, from the University of Illinois, where he served in residence as a predoctoral fellow.