Hasan Davis has been recognized for his professional and personal efforts serving the needs of our nations youth in education, juvenile justice and the arts. He is a Rockefeller Foundation Next Generation Leadership Fellow, an inductee of the Council of State Governments Henry Toll Fellowship and an Annie E. Casey Children and Family Fellow. Currently, Hasan is a youth advocate and national speaker providing technical assistance and support to youth serving organizations across the country. In 2012 he became Kentucky’s fifth Commissioner of Juvenile Justice. During his tenure as Commissioner, he was instrumental in pushing sweeping juvenile reform legislation, through the Kentucky General Assembly. In the fall of 2016 Hasan published Written Off: How one mans Journey through Disability, Poverty and Delinquency are transforming the Juvenile Justice System. In January 2019 his first children’s book York, the unsung hero of the Lewis and Clark Expedition will be released by capstone Publishing. Hasan earned his BA from Berea College and his Doctorate of Law from the University of Kentucky. He lives in Berea Kentucky with his wife and two sons.