Krishana Davis is the deputy creative director at Priorities USA, leading the digital department in creative strategy and messaging to tell compelling stories that pull at voters’ hearts and minds to paint the map blue.
She advocates for educational equity, women’s reproductive justice, and black lives. Her career began as a journalist covering the Baltimore City Police Department reporting on the city’s uptick in homicides and the bureaucracy behind the administration’s attempt to make the city safe again. Krishana worked at a reporter for The Baltimore Sun covering education. She has penned pieces for BBC News, NBC and various local and regional magazines.
Krishana has worked with political campaigns, non-profits, independent expenditure organizations, firms and public agencies to increase their brand awareness and craft strategic messaging aimed at their target demographics. She received her B.A. in political science from Morgan State University and a MPA from the University of Baltimore. Krishana lives in Washington, D.C. with her partner and cocker spaniel puppy Langston.