Ruby Quantson Davis
Associate Member of Wesley House
Ruby Quantson Davis is a scholar-practitioner with 20 years’ global experience in public policy research and advocacy, deliberative conversations, community engagement and institutional development. Ruby specialises in strengthening capacity for conflict prevention and peace processes, in places of political polarization, religious differences, ethnic, racial and gender divides. She has worked extensively within Africa and the South Pacific; Israel and the United States, using innovative ways of reflecting, learning, documenting and sharing knowledge. She currently serves as the Senior Learning and Impact Advisor at Peace Direct, an international charity in London. She is an Associate Member of Wesley House, in Cambridge, United Kingdom, a faculty member of the Deliberative Democracy Institute, a former Fellow and Resident Scholar of the Kettering Foundation, USA. She is co-author of the volume Of the Significance of Religion for Deliberative Democracy.