Milinda Davis has been an educator for more than 30 years and a Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®
Instructor for over two decades. Davis told the Portsmouth Daily Times
, “It has been my passion. I’ve spent my career working with children who have emotional and behavioral issues and I feel like this is where I need to be.”
She is the principal of Ohio’s Center for Alternative Progressive Education (CAPE). The school nurtures and empowers students to thrive in the classroom and community.
During the CPI NOLA Conference this summer, Milinda joined the Hall of Merit
. We commend her commitment to staff and students.
Davis said, “I feel pretty privileged to receive this honor. I’ve worked pretty hard since I joined CPI and I’ve trained a lot of people.”
CPI president Judith Schubert remarked on the power of such training. She said CPI relies on the insights of Meritorious Instructors who show how training improves “the quality of care with those they support.”
Congratulations, Milinda! Thanks for your passion and dedication.