Vice President for Constituent Engagement
Tommye Lou Davis
The division of Constituent Engagement is responsible for a number of Baylor's outreach efforts. Baylor University has created a strategic, comprehensive and effective university-based alumni relations effort to better engage and serve Baylor alumni worldwide. Vice President Tommye Lou Davis has been charged with responsibility for effective integration of these efforts, and provide oversight to the university's other most important outreach efforts. Specifically, the division includes:
- The Baylor Alumni Network,
- Business Network,
- F.A.N. (Future Alumni Network),
- Global Network,
- Sports Network,
- Virtual Career Network,
- Women's Network, and
- Young Grads Network,
- The Baylor Parents League,
- Community Engagement, and
Mrs. Tommye Lou Davis earned her bachelor's degree from Baylor in 1966 and a master's degree in educational psychology in 1968. She has taught Latin to Baylor students since joining the faculty in 1966. She has won many awards for outstanding teaching during her career. She was appointed assistant professor with tenure in 1972 and was designated Master Teacher and associate professor in 1993. She served as acting chair of the Classics department in 2002.
Davis has served as a member of the Faculty Senate and on the board of directors for the Baylor Alumni Association. She served on the Faculty Athletics Council for 12 years and as chair for three years. She is a longtime member of the Baylor Round Table and Baylor Bear Foundation.
Actively involved in student life, Davis has served for 22 years as faculty adviser for Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and was selected the Outstanding Adviser on Campus in 1996 and again in 2010. She also served many years as the adviser for Alpha Chi Honor Society. In 2008, she served on the search committee for the Vice President for Student Life.