Chip Davis is a fifth-generation Arizona native, with farming and business roots on his father’s side and ranching on his mother’s side. His parents still operate their P7 bar cattle ranch in Yavapai County that was
partially homesteaded in the 1880s.
Chip served 20 years on the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, three years as a congressional district director for U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran and is currently the Yavapai County treasurer.
He is a graduate of the University of Arizona Rural Leadership program and the Flinn/ Brown Arizona Civic leadership program. Chip was a founding chairman of the Arizona Rural Transportation Advisory Council and the Yavapai County Water Advisory Committee.
Chip has chaired the U.S. Forest Service Resource Advisory Council, Northern Arizona Council of Governments, Verde Valley Senior Center and Verde Valley Transportation organization.
He and his wife Karen have four children and 11 grandchildren and enjoy learning from the different generations.