Ashlee Davis, Ph.D

Dr. Ashlee Davis is an Assistant Professor of Health and Community Wellness at the University of West Georgia (UWG). As a physical activity behavioral health researcher, Dr. Davis studies the psychosocial antecedents and consequences of physical activity. More specifically, Dr. Davis is interested in promoting physical activity and mental well-being using community based approaches. She currently serves as the PI for the Girls Empowering Movement (GEM) initiative, which is a physical activity based program for middle school girls.

Dr. Davis earned both her doctoral (Kinesiology - Exercise Psychology) and masters degrees (Exercise Science) from Georgia State University, and her undergraduate degree (Health Science) from Howard University. Her professional training and certifications include: American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Certified Exercise Physiologist, Wellcoaches Certified Health and Wellness coach, National Board Certified Health and Wellness coach (NBC-HWC), and 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher.

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