Graduating Class: 2008
Industry: Sports & Entertainment
Dallas Davis is in his 17th season with the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club where he is the Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Recruiting and is responsible for developing and implementing the organization’s DEI framework and recruitment programs. Prior to his current role, he was the Director of Community Affairs for the Rockies and helped lead the development, implementation and management of various community programs and club projects. He spoke on behalf of the club to over 200,000 students through various programs which focused on drug and alcohol abuse awareness and prevention, education, literacy, citizenship, and character.
His professional background has been in college and professional sports, as well as in the non-profit sector. Events he has been involved with include: the 2021 MLB All-Star Week, 2007 MLB World Series, the NCAA Basketball Championship Tournament, the 2005 Orange Bowl National Championship and the 2006 NBA All-Star Game festivities.
Dallas is driven towards leadership. His leadership experience is drawn from professional and life experiences to formal training. He has completed the Downtown Denver Partnership Leadership Program and Chamber Connect Leadership Program, a program of the Urban Leadership Foundation of Colorado.
Prior to joining the Rockies, Dallas spent time working with the Orange Bowl Committee in Miami. He grew up in Fort Collins where he graduated from Fort Collins High school while participating in athletics and serving as Chair of the Fort Collins Youth Advisory Board as well as Youth Chair and Executive Committee member of the National 4-H Council Board of Trustees in Washington D.C.
Dallas attended Colorado State University and earned degrees in Animal Science and Zoology and was a Captain of the football team where he earned All-Conference honors as a Wide Receiver and Punt Returner. While at CSU, Dallas served as Chair of the Colorado State University Student Athletic Advisory Committee as well as Chair of the Mountain West Student Athletic Advisory Committee and was one of two that was selected to represent the Mountain West Conference at the NCAA National Leadership Conference. After leaving CSU, he signed as a Free Agent with the Pittsburgh Steelers and was released after an injury in training camp.
He values integrity, diversity and hard work. Dallas currently resides in Aurora with his wife Brandy and daughters Sadé, Selah and Leera.
Colorado State University