Natasha Davis, Esquire/MBA was born in Baltimore, MD. Since graduating from the University of Cincinnati College Of Law in 2001, she lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband Scott Davis, Esquire and their nine year old son Anderson Davis and their three year old daughter Jasmine Davis. They have been married since 2000. Natasha studied Psychology and Women’s Studies, double major, at the University of Richmond, where she also received her Master’s in Business Administration. Professionally, she is currently the Associate General Counsel of Nationwide Children’s Hospital, a $2 billion independent pediatric academic research institution, providing health law, real estate, patient care, and contract services to the Hospital.
Natasha has spent twelve years of consistent achievement while serving as instrumental member of and advisor to leadership and executive management, implementing strategic business growth initiatives, building strong board relations, creating powerful internal and external alliances, managing through crisis and change, and overseeing multi-facets of corporate governance and the corporate legal function. She has particular expertise in (1) strategic legal and business planning, including joint ventures, acquisitions, multi-billion dollar construction and real estate initiatives (2) developing the corporate legal function, selecting and supervising outside counsel, litigation management and risk management (3) integrating corporate staff functions as corporate compliance, contract administration, purchasing and facilities (4) regulatory compliance including HIPAA, Anti-Kickback and Stark Laws, Non-Profit, Academic Medical Centers and (5) personal commitment to servant leadership, humility, and creating positive win-win solutions.
She and her husband are avid travelers, visiting such countries as Egypt, England, Italy, and Greece. Finally for their honeymoon, after getting married in Cape Town, South Africa, they completed a three-week safari of South Africa, Botswana, and Zimbabwe. For Natasha it was a return to Zimbabwe where she studied its culture as an undergraduate. In February 2005, she joined the Habitat for Humanity Columbus chapter for a two-week mission trip to Ghana, West Africa. In partnership with a local Columbus Ghanaian immigrant church who sponsored her trip, she built houses and provided educational materials to local Ghanaian school children. This was Natasha’s second trip abroad to participate in volunteer work. As an undergraduate she also visited France and assisted with restoration work of old chateaux (castles).
Natasha was a proud member of the Class of 2014 Leadership Columbus, there she Co-Founded the Fifty for Fifty, fundraising initiative for United Schools Network, where she raised $35,000 for urban youth in failing school districts. She was awarded the Class of 2013 40 Under 40 award for the City of Columbus professionals under 40 years old. In 2012, she was a member of the African-American Leadership Academy, professional development training program for future leaders of Columbus. Finally in 2009, Ohio Super Lawyers, awarded Natasha the Top Young Lawyers in Ohio award.
In December 2016 she was asked to serve on the board of Specialized Alternatives for Families and Youth (SAFY) a national organization with over $60 million in revenue offering family preservation, reunification, therapeutic foster care, adoption and behavioral health services in Alabama, Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma and South Carolina. Being on the board is an honor for Natasha, as she is highly interested in giving herself towards bettering the lives of foster children.