Na’Quella A. Davis serves as the Judge of the Jefferson County Probate Court. After navigating through the campaign obstacles and personal struggles of the Covid-19 pandemic, Judge Davis was elected in June 2020 and began her first term of office on January 1, 2021.
Judge Davis is no stranger to serving her community.
For 10 years Judge Davis worked as Chief Deputy Clerk of Court for the Superior, State and Juvenile Courts. In 2016, Judge Davis had the calling to run for office as the Probate Judge and after much effort, she was succeeded by the incumbent Judge. However, the journey for service did not stop there. Judge Davis went on to work for the Middle Circuit District Attorney’s office as the Victims Assistance and Witness Coordinator for both Jefferson and Washington Counties. While fulfilling her duties at the DA’s office, Judge Davis was also given the wonderful opportunity to serve as the Pretrial Diversion Coordinator for the Early Intervention Program (EIP). A program that allowed first time offenders the opportunity to work with the District Attorney’s office towards having their pending charges dismissed upon successful completion of the EIP program.
Judge Davis served as a volunteer Rape Crisis Advocate for over a decade, before accepting the position as Rape Crisis Coordinator to serve Jefferson, Washington, Richmond, Burke, and McDuffie Counties. Before being elected Judge Davis Served as the secretary and youth chair for the Jefferson County Branch of the NAACP where she was honored for her dedication and service as the 2017 Woman of the Year.
Judge Davis is family Oriented.
Judge Davis was raised in Wadley, Jefferson County, GA. She is the daughter of Commissioner Gonice C. Davis and Minister Annie M. Davis and is one of five girls. Judge Davis has one beautiful daughter. Judge Davis was raised in church and is a member of Pineola Church of God in Wadley, GA and serves as the church treasurer, youth coordinator, and a member of the administrative