Geoff Davis served as a U.S. Representative from 2005-2012. During his tenure in Congress, he held a leadership role within the Republican Conference as a Deputy Whip. Davis served on the House Financial Services and Armed Services Committees from 2005 to 2008, and then was appointed to the Ways & Means Committee in 2009.
In the 112th Congress, Davis was named Chairman of the Ways & Means’ Subcommittee on Human Resources, which has jurisdiction over a wide range of federal programs, including unemployment insurance, temporary assistance for needy families, child welfare, adoption and foster care. Davis was also a member of the Subcommittee on Trade.
Davis’ priorities as a Member of Congress included regulatory reform, federal data transparency, defense reform, providing tax relief to working families, fighting for small businesses, promoting American energy independence, supporting our service members and veterans, and reining in wasteful government spending. Davis was also a co-founder and co-chair of the National Security Interagency Reform Working Group and the Congressional Caucus on Homelessness. Davis retired from Congress in 2012.
Prior to serving in Congress, Davis owned and operated a small consulting firm specializing in lean manufacturing and systems integration. Davis attended the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, NY, where he studied national security and international affairs. Upon graduation, he served as an Assault Helicopter Flight Commander in the 82nd Airborne Division and later ran U.S. Army aviation operations for peace enforcement between Israel and Egypt. Davis is a former Army Ranger and Senior Parachutist.