Regina Davis joined Strategic Urban Development Alliance (SUDA) in 2014 to develop over 2 million square feet of commercial real estate development projects in Oakland with Lane Partners LLC and the China Harbour Engineering Company. Projects include the 5-acre West Oakland BART Transit Oriented Development and the 3.5 acre Eastline project near 19th St. BART Station in Uptown Oakland.
Regina Davis was formerly the CEO of San Francisco Housing Development Corporation, the affordable housing developer in San Francisco’s Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood. Ms. Davis completed several affordable housing developments including 4800 Third Street limited-equity Condos, Keith Street four-bedroom single-family homes, Bayview Commons Apartments for families with special needs and Ocean Beach Apartments and Providence Foundation apartments for seniors.
Regina was a designer at the Michael Willis Architects firm designing affordable multifamily projects for San Francisco, Oakland and Richmond Housing Authority Agencies, and nonprofits including Glide Memorial.
Formerly She taught architecture studio design at the University of California, Berkeley and at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Ms. Davis began her career as a project manager for the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs developing community-based arts facilities such as the Studio Museum in Harlem.
Ms. Davis earned a Master of Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Arts from Sarah Lawrence College in New York. She is on the board of the University of San Francisco School of Management Gellert Family Business Resource Center and a SPUR member.