- Senior Vice President, Public Policy and Government Relations – 2011
- Executive Vice President, Public Policy and Government Relations – 2012
- Bachelor's of Science – University of Kansas/Lawrence, Kansas
- Juris Doctorate – University of Kansas/Lawrence, Kansas
Steve Davis is responsible for the development and advocacy of all of CenturyLink's policies in regulatory, legislative, and other governmental forums. He leads an organization that includes professional staff located across the company's 37-state residential service region and at its Federal Regulatory and Legislative Relations office in Washington, D.C.
Davis has more than 30 years of experience in telecommunications law, with particular emphasis in local, state and federal regulatory law. Before joining the company, he was Senior Vice President of Public Policy and Government Relations at Qwest Communications. There he directed the company's policy activities at the federal, state and local levels, including reviews of Qwest's merger with CenturyLink by regulatory agencies.
Previously, Davis held various legal and regulatory positions at AT&T, which included responsibility for AT&T's interests in all state and local governmental matters.
Based in Denver, Davis serves on the boards of directors of the CenturyLink Foundation, Rocky Mountain Junior Achievement, Mile High United Way and the Western Governors University National Advisory Board. In addition, Steve is the Vice Chair for the United States Telecom Association.