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Cliff Davis, M.A.

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Cliff Davis has served as an administrator at the Ozarks Technical Community College (OTC) System since 2004. He is currently President of the OTC Table Rock Campus and also serves as System Vice Chancellor. Previously, Davis served as Vice Chancellor for Advancement, Student Affairs and Strategic Planning, while also serving as Executive Director of the OTC Foundation.

Davis’ accomplishments include spearheading the OTC Strategic Plan 2020 through a comprehensive strategic planning process; leading an enrollment management effort that significantly increased completion rates; leveraging strong relationships with leaders at Missouri State University to strengthen academic pathways, easing the transfer of OTC students; leading successful campaign efforts to annex the City of Hollister and the City of Branson into the OTC taxing district, resulting in an additional $1.3 million in annual revenue; and raising over $25 million in pledges, contributions and grants through the OTC Foundation.

In 2014-15, Davis served as chair of the Presidents and Chancellors Council for the Missouri Community College Association. He was appointed by the Commissioner of the Missouri Department of Higher Education to assist in developing the new coordinated plan for higher education in Missouri. Davis currently serves on the CoxHealth System Advisory Board and the Branson Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau Board of Directors.

Prior to joining OTC, Davis served as Assistant to the President/Director of Governmental Relations and Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs at Missouri State University. He has taught undergraduate classes in communication and marketing at both Missouri State and Drury University and masters- and doctoral-level courses in higher education administration for Lindenwood University.

Davis graduated from Missouri State University with a Master of Arts in Communication and a Bachelor of Science in Communication. He is nearing completion of a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Lindenwood University.