Robert Davis

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Robert L. Davis, IV



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Director, Sewanee, TN
Established to explore the spiritual counterpart of advancing material knowledge without regard to religion, race, gender, nationality, or political party. Responsible for design and development of digital archives, communications, and public relations.
Designed Nordan Symposia as an intellectual framework within which to foster deeper inquiry into the origin, nature, and destiny of humanity through broad inter-disciplinary studies.
Founded Daynal Institute Press to support and extend the work of a growing body of teachers, seen and unseen, devoted to spiritual education in the context of advancing planetary evolution.
Founding President & Publisher of The Teaching Mission Archives, York, PA
Accepted invitation to establish this non-profit organization for the purpose of publishing digital archives in multiple languages composed of classroom dialogue between teachers and students of divinity, philosophy, and cosmology. Wrote By-Laws, appointed Trustees, formed key committees, maintained parliamentary order and correspondence with U.S. Federal Treasury. Directed fund raising and donor relationships.
Global Account Management Group, United Kingdom - 2001-2004
Member, Senior Management Group, North America - 2000-2004
Senior Account Manager, New York, NY - 1998-2004
Northeast Sales Representative, Montclair, NJ - 1993-1998
Southeast Sales Representative, Marietta, GA - 1989-1993
While at Cambridge, I managed the Press’ largest wholesale and retail accounts; identified early and then developed into the most important account in the world for the oldest Press in the world. During this time, I pioneered the use of a digital bibliographic format (ONIX) that is now the global standard, negotiated an historic marketing contract that changed the manner in which books are sold, and served on the committee which directed UK Senior Management in EDI development.
  • Meyer-Stone Publishing Co. - 1988-1989
Southern Representative, Raleigh, NC
Amity House (original English publisher of Meditations on the Tarot), Bear & Co., Orbis Books, New Society Publishers and others- focused upon spirituality and justice
Retail Sales Manager, Raleigh, NC & Duke Divinity School – 1986-1988
Retail Store Manager, Jacksonville, FL – 1984-1986