Eva Davis is excited by meeting new people and building long-term relationships. The fun of making friends started at a young age while playing basketball in her hometown of Houston, TX and as a camper and counselor at Camp Judaea Summer Camp in Asheville, NC. Eva started collecting her best friends early and some of them are still around her today!
Ever since leaving Texas to study abroad on gap year in Israel before college and then heading to Washington, D.C. to attend GW as a psych major, Eva has continued building her social network. Eva fell in love with DC, and after college worked in the mortgage industry at Fannie Mae working with technology and then credit risk, during which time she earned a Master of Science in of Information Systems from Johns Hopkins.
Eva brings significant business experience to her Real Estate career from her time in the mortgage industry, positioning her for great success in the greater Washington, D.C. market. In her first year as an Agent, Eva was awarded the prestigious Rookie of the Year Award - an impressive feat which few achieve. Her high touch service, tough negotiating skills, ongoing hustle and sense of humor have helped her build a deep referral business.
In addition to her professional career, Eva focuses on volunteer work for mission-driven organizations she cares about, holding leadership positions, developing advocacy and fundraising skills and influencing her peers. Eva serves on a myriad of non-profit boards and has served in leadership roles with the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, the Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center, the Anti-Defamation League, Gather DC, and the American Jewish World Service.
Beyond her full life in DC, Eva loves traveling the world, exploring different cultures and of course, staying in touch with the people she's met. The year in Israel led to a desire for travel to Europe, South America, Asia, and Africa. Eva currently lives in downtown Bethesda with her University of Michigan-loving husband (Go Blue!) and her two little kids, with whom she enjoys exploring the food scene in the DC area and taking advantage of local concerts, parks, theatre, exhibits and playgrounds.