The Restoration Project works to inform, educate and activate concerned citizens on the impact of America’s public policy and culture on black life and the family. Through education seminars, outreach and grassroots activation, the restoration project advocates for public policies and a community culture that will restore uprightness, evenhandedness, and virtue to the public policy discussions and culture.
Catherine Davis, the Founder and President of The Restoration Project is a seasoned community activist and human resources professional who has worked in a variety of environments including a Fortune 40 corporation, non-profit and for-profit organizations, and state government. A former candidate for Congress in Georgia’s 4th district, Catherine has worked on a number of campaigns at the local, state and federal level. She has also served as Legislative Director for the Network of Politically Active Christians and is an active member in a number of political organizations. Catherine is a minister of the gospel that has been instrumental in organizing grassroots efforts on behalf of vital issues. She is a sought after public speaker that routinely brings new insight from a Biblical world view to issues of the day.