Jean Davis-Hatcher PhD, DC, PA, MSCR, FAIHM
BIPOC COMMITTEE CO-CHAIR
Dr. I Jean Davis has decades of experience as a community advocate, educator, clinician, and researcher. Her extensive education includes a BA in Psychobiology, a BS in Human Biology, an MS in Clinical Research, a Doctoral degree in Chiropractic Medicine, and a PhD in Preventative Medicine. She is widely known and recognized for her education, research, and expertise as a primary care provider: Associated Professor, Internal Medicine at Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, Past Medical Director and HIV Clinician at AIDS Health Foundation, Desert AIDS Project, and Clinician at Dusk to Dawn Urgent Care. She completed an Integrated Health and Medicine Fellowship at the Academy of Integrated Health and Medicine (AIHM). Dr. Davis is the AIHM Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Task Force Co-Chair. She’s a Board Member of the Beyond AIDS Foundation and AIHM and a member of the AAHIVM CA/HI Steering Committee. Her continued focus is on total health and the reduction of disorders and diseases which disproportionately impact underserved communities and related social determinants. These health disparities include but are not limited to HIV/AIDS, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Substance Abuse, Diabetes, and Renal Disease.