Raymond Davis joined the Habitat Spartanburg team in July 2022. His experience in the affordable housing arena, as well as his passion for serving the community, makes Raymond well suited for the mission of Habitat. He looks forward to helping people in Spartanburg achieve and maintain the American dream of homeownership.
Raymond is a native of Anderson, South Carolina and has lived in Spartanburg since 1993. During this time, he has been actively engaged in various professional capacities throughout Spartanburg, including service on several boards and committees.
He is a graduate of Winthrop University and North Greenville University. He is also a Housing Credit Certified Professional (HCCP), and he holds credentials in the areas of Advance Low Income Housing Tax Credit, Asset Based Financial Management for Non-Financial Public Housing Authorities (PHA), Public Housing Management, Business Administration & Strategic Planning, and Multicultural Diversity & Relationships Building. His previous work experiences are diverse, having served as the Chief Administrative Officer and Director of Housing & Resident Services for the Spartanburg Housing Authority, Executive Director of Glenn Springs Academy, Chief Operating Officer of Housing Development for Oikos Community Development, Organizational Administrator for Vision 2 Destiny, and President and CEO of Davis Consultation, an organizational restructuring and strategic consulting agency. In addition, Raymond is an ordained minister with over 30 years of bivocational experience, and he presently serves as Senior Pastor at Willing Servant Ministries in Anderson.
Raymond and his wife, Freddie, have two adult children, Hannah Makenzie and Raymond Timothy, Jr., and they have enjoyed making Spartanburg their home.
"Being a child of God is greater than anything this world has to offer. Personal goals and achievements have their place, but I would rather be a servant of God, 'pressing toward the goal of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus,' than to receive any honors from man." -Raymond T. Davis, Sr.