Denis Davis, the Assistant Superintendent is a seasoned park manager with
superior project management and park operational skills.
Denis began work for the park service in 1976 as a park planner with the Denver Service Center.
From there he moved to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, where he also served as facility manager, then as chief of maintenance and later as administrative officer. After nine years at Glen Canyon, Davis accepted an acting superintendent position at Big Thicket National Preserve in Texas before becoming superintendent at Cumberland Island in 1996.
During his 23-year career, he has won number park service awards and a recent award for resource stewardship from the National Parks and Conservation Association for his work at Cumberland Island.
Davis holds a bachelor's degree in wildlife biology from Colorado State University and a master's in outdoor recreation from Utah State University.