Cliff Davis, Ed.D.
President, OTC Table Rock Campus
System Vice Chancellor
Ed.D., Lindenwood University
MA, Missouri State University
BS, Missouri State University
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Dr. Davis serves as President of the OTC Table Rock Campus and System Vice Chancellor of the Ozarks Technical Community College. As the Campus President, he serves as the chief executive officer and is responsible for all academic affairs, student affairs, and campus operations. As the System Vice Chancellor, Dr. Davis serves as a chief advisor to the Chancellor for system-wide efforts, including fundraising, strategic planning, external affairs, and governmental relations.
Previously, Dr. Davis served the college as Vice Chancellor for Advancement | Student Affairs | Strategic Planning, and as the Executive Director of the OTC Foundation. He was directly responsible for 70 full-time and 100 part-time employees. Dr. Davis also led governmental relations efforts at the local, state and federal level to represent the best interests of the college. As the Executive Director of the OTC Foundation, he and his team pursued funding necessary to provide students with grants, scholarships and facilities conducive to the expectations of the college and area communities.
Before joining Ozarks Technical Community College, Cliff served as the Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs and the Assistant to the President/Director of Governmental Relations at Missouri State University. Prior to his employment at Missouri State, he served as the Vice President of Community Development and Director of Leadership Springfield for the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Davis earned a Doctor of Education in Instructional Leadership with an Emphasis in Higher Education Administration from Lindenwood University. He also graduated from Missouri State University with a Master of Arts in Communication and a Bachelor of Science in Communication.
During the 2014/2015 academic year, Dr. Davis served as Chair of the Presidents/Chancellors Council for the Missouri Community College Association (MCCA), representing all 20 of Missouri’s Community Colleges.