Geoff Davis worked as a janitor during high school to help pay the family's bills. Upon graduation, Geoff enlisted in the U.S. Army and later received a rare appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. While at West Point, Geoff studied the Arabic language and the cultures of Southwest Asia and Eastern Europe, and focused his studies on national security and international affairs.
During his Army career, Geoff served as an Assault Helicopter Flight Commander in the 82nd Airborne Division, and later ran U.S. Army Aviation Operations for Peace Enforcement between Israel and Egypt. Additionally, Geoff is a former Army Ranger and Senior Parachutist.
Geoff Davis has served his community in Kentucky's 4th District in many ways. He serves on the board of the Regional Court Appointed Special Advocate Association (CASA), which helps kids struggling to deal with problems due to abuse and neglect. Geoff and his oldest daughter, Becky, have served as mentors and tutors in inner city schools. Geoff served for eight years as a volunteer Chaplain for the Kentucky Corrections Cabinet. Geoff and his wife Pat reside in Hebron, Kentucky, with their six children.
Before being elected to Congress in 2004, Geoff owned his own small business. His consulting firm specialized in lean manufacturing and systems integration.
Geoff Davis was sworn in as a Member of the 109th Congress on January 3, 2005. He serves on the Armed Services and Financial Services Committees in the U.S. House of Representatives. Congressman Davis also serves as an Assistant Majority Whip.