d'Lisa Davies

Los Angeles City

In 1984 d'Lisa was hired as the first African American female of the City of Los Angeles Fire Department. d'Lisa has served as a member of the Fire Chief's Inter-group Relations Committee; Terrorism Committee; and Incident Management Team. She was also an Instructor for the West Los Angeles and Metro F.I.R.E. Academies, a Recruitment Adviser/Mentor and a Public Safety Officer (PSO).

While in the LAFD Recruitment Unit, d'Lisa developed successful programs including: CPAT simulated testing and Proctor Cadre, Oral Preparation Seminars and Preparatory Interviews, and a Mentor Program.

Committed to the recruitment of woman since first being hired as a firefighter, d’Lisa was appointed to the Cal-JAC’s Women’s Commission in 2005 where she brought her experience and talents to enhance their mission of creating a more diverse workforce. d'Lisa also serves as a CPAT proctor at FCTC Orange and FCTC South El Monte.