Governor Mike DeWine announces retirement of DODD Director Jeff Davis

Jeff Davis. (Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities)

TOLEDO, Ohio — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has announced the retirement of Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities Director Jeff Davis, as well as the appointment of Kim Hauck, current DODD deputy director for the Division of Policy and Strategic Direction as Davis’ replacement, beginning on January 1, 2022.

“I thank Director Davis for his decades of service, and I wish him the best in his retirement. Throughout his career his tireless dedication to serving Ohioans living with developmental disabilities has impacted countless families. Director Davis once told me that to do this kind of work, you really have to have a love for it. He has had that love for the work and the individuals whom he served,” said Governor DeWine in a written statement.

Davis will retire on December 31st.



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