Dr. Davison has been a radio guest speaker, has had his own television show and has given many workshops and seminars. As a consultant to the United States / Mexico Borderlands Commission for Economic Development, he was commissioned an Ambassador of Goodwill for the State of Texas.
Currently he spends his time between the activities of writing and counseling.
Dr. Davison has also been a guest speaker on radio shows, has had his own television show, and has given many workshops and seminars. Currently he spends his time between the activities of writing, and counseling.
Don Davison, Ph.D., was the creator and Executive Director of the The Zirahuen Foundation. He has a broad and varied career including teaching, counseling and writing. He has taught from Kindergarten through Graduate School. Subjects have ranged from teaching Squirrels (little children), Spanish, United States History, World History, History of the Iberian Peninsula, Philosophy, Education (philosophy of, and curriculum design), and Humanities (Humanistic Values in a Technological World and Genocide, War and Humanistic Values) to Business Management and International Business. His counseling and consulting have covered broad spectrums of humanity, from the individual and familial, to the corporate, from multi-million dollar multinationals to small cottage industries. Dr. Davison’s Humanities courses have been aired on national television on Dish Network's UniversityHouse. His writings vary from social and political essays to self help books and discursive-introspective poetry, short stories and a play to PBS television programs.