Shannon Sedgwick Davis
Shannon Sedgwick Davis is the CEO of Bridgeway Foundation. As the charitable giving arm of Bridgeway Capital Management, the Foundation serves as a catalyst for peace and reconciliation in international communities suffering from oppression, genocide, and other human rights violations. As an attorney, activist, and passionate advocate for social justice, Shannon has guided Bridgeway Foundation in pioneering solutions to these seemingly intractable issues. More recently, Bridgeway was credited for their pivotal role in mobilizing awareness, civilian protection, and recovery efforts against the Lord’s Resistance Army and its leader, Joseph Kony, the first-ever indictee of the International Criminal Court. Prior to joining Bridgeway, Shannon served as Vice President of Geneva Global and was the Director of Public Affairs at the International Justice Mission.
Shannon is an honors graduate of McMurry University and Baylor Law School, from which she received the institution’s Young Lawyer of the Year Award in 2011. In 2014, she received Nomi’s Abolitionist Award and the Outstanding Young San Antonian award. She sits on the board of several organizations including The Elders, TOMS Shoes, and charity: water.