Davis Park develops and directs all FPCIW’s technology initiatives and programs. The FPCIW is a center of excellence in Front Porch, one of Southern California’s largest not-for-profit providers of retirement living communities and affordable housing. Davis has two decades of program development experience in technology implementation in senior, low-income, and other underserved communities to explore and deploy innovations to help people live well. He has delivered presentations at dozens of regional, national, and international conferences. Davis is the former director of Community Technology Programs at the Little Tokyo Service Center, where he managed several community-based initiatives that focused on bridging the digital divide. Davis is also an inaugural member of the Zero Divide ZFellows, a California organization bringing technology and social justice to communities that need it most, and has served on several boards and committees dedicated to promoting technology access, adoption, and policy; he holds a BA in anthropology from UC Berkeley and a Masters from UCLA’s Urban Planning Program.