DEPUTY SECTOR COMMANDER
SECTOR NORTH CAROLINA
CDR Quincy Davis
Commander Quincy Davis assumed the role of Deputy Sector Commander in July 2016. As the Deputy Sector Commander, he serves as the Alternate Captain of the Port, Officer-in-Charge of Marine Inspection, Federal Maritime Security Coordinator, and Federal On-Scene Coordinator for the state of North Carolina. He is a proud native of Cross, South Carolina. Commander Q. Davis graduated from the Coast Guard Academy in May of 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine and Environmental Sciences. His first assignment was the Coast Guard Cutter DALLAS, a 378-foot cutter, that was home ported in Charleston, South Carolina as an Engineer Officer in Training. He transferred to Marine Safety Office Jacksonville, Florida in June of 1998. He quickly qualified as a Marine Inspector and fleeted up to Assistant Chief of the Inspection Department. After serving three years in the Inspections Department, he served as Chief of the Response and Waterways Management Branch. He then transferred to Marine Safety Office Toledo, Ohio where he served as Chief of the Inspection Department and Senior Investigating Officer from July 2002 to June 2005.
Following selection to the Coast Guard postgraduate program, he attended Florida State University and earned a Master of Science degree in Instructional Systems. He then served as Performance Consultant and Chief of the Analysis, Acquisition and Evaluation Branch at the Performance Technology Center located at Training Center Yorktown from August 2006 through June 2010. His next assignment was Commanding Officer of Marine Safety Unit Baton Rouge where he served with distinction until 2013. He then served as an Executive Assistant to the Director of Governmental and Public Affairs at Coast Guard Headquarters. Commander Q. Davis is a graduate of the Air War College in Montgomery, AL where he earned a Master of Strategic Studies. His military awards include one Meritorious Service Medal, two Coast Guard Commendation Medals and three Coast Guard Achievement Medals.
He is married to the former Taujuana Prioleau of Cross, South Carolina and they have three children DeAundre, Johnathan, and Lauryn.