Thomas Davis II, '22 Acting-President

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Thomas Davis II is a junior studying Economics, Computing & Digital Technologies, and Theology.  A graduate of Seton Catholic Central in Binghamton, NY, Thomas is proud to now reside in the 2019-2020 Men’s Hall of the Year, Dunne Hall.  After serving as the Notre Dame Student Union Parliamentarian from April 2019 to January 2021, Thomas is incredibly honored to assume the role of Judicial Council President for the remainder of the 2020-2021 term.

His priorities for the remainder of the term are as follows:

  1. Provide clear guidance, instruction, and expectations to members of the student body interested in running for office this election cycle to minimize the instances of allegations of election regulation violations or misconduct.
  2. Establish transparent and open communication with all members of the campus community, especially campus media and members of the student body who may feel disenfranchised from the Student Union.
  3. Build the Peer Advocacy Program to meet the needs of students navigating the newly established, overly verbose, and poorly defined COVID-19 Campus Compact Administrative Process through the Office of Community Standards.
  4. Continue the progress of his predecessors' attempts at large-scale constitutional reforms which best ensure the efficient, effective, and ethical operation of the Student Union.

Over the last summer break, Thomas worked as a Deputy Campaign Manager for the George Phillips for Congress campaign in New York’s 22nd Congressional District.  His work specialized in constructing, managing, and analyzing a new database to track ballot applications, supporters, and phone contacts with an unprecedented amount of absentee voters due to the pandemic.  For the upcoming summer, he will be interning at Deloitte’s Arlington, VA office as an analyst in their Government & Public Sector.

Outside of Judicial Council affairs, Thomas is an avid connoisseur of hazy craft IPA and also enjoys spending time with the boys of Dunne’s “super-quad” where he lives with three engineers.  His favorite pre-pandemic meal at North Dining Hall was Boom Boom Chicken Salad and chicken quesadillas with extra chipotle ranch and jalapenos.  

Upon graduation from the University of Notre Dame, Thomas intends to enter the private sector and eventually enroll in law school. He aspires to practice law either as a local-level criminal prosecutor or specialize in technology, computer misuse, and data privacy law.

Thomas is always available for questions or comment outside of Judicial Council affairs at