When it comes to community activism, Amy and Scot Davis are leaders in their field.
As the CEO of Arkansas Urology, the state’s largest urology practice, Scot has seen the firm double in size since he came on board in 2013. He also serves on the board of Arkansas Urology Foundation, which raises funds and awareness for urological issues.
Much of the money raised by the foundation goes to services for those who can’t afford care, and much of that is thanks to Amy, who is an active volunteer and event organizer for the firm and foundation. She’s planning the Arkansas Urology Silver Ball, which on June 4 will celebrate the firm’s 25th anniversary. Amy also is heavily involved in the Twentieth Century Club, and Scot is the Rotary Club 99 chair of the American Heart Association. In that role, he helped start the Italian Food Festival.
Both originally are from Memphis — Scot graduated with a bachelor’s in political science from Memphis State University and earned his MBA from Christian Brothers University, while Amy earned a nursing degree from the University of Tennessee. The couple relocated to Little Rock from Jonesboro in 2013. The couple enjoys being active, with Amy’s love of exercise and Scot’s passion for golf. Scot enjoys reading and cooking Italian dishes. As a family, the couple and their three children enjoy traveling. The family, active at Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church, also has two cats and two golden retrievers, which keep the animal-lovers on their toes.
As a family, the couple and their three children enjoy traveling.