Trecia Borgo Davis

Trecia Borgo Davis is a graduate of the internationally acclaimed Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) program at the University of Pennsylvania. Entering the field during its early years, she studied under psychologist Martin E. P. Seligman PhD. It was through her work at PENN as both a student and facilitator with the PENN Resilience Program that Trecia was brought on board as part of the team of trainers and facilitators in the US Army’s groundbreaking program on psychological resilience, the Master Resilience Training. As a means to increase overall well-being and life/work flourishing, Trecia has coached, consulted, and facilitated the learning of positive psychology principles, tools, and techniques with various clients including the US Army, the US Department of Defense, corporations, educators, middle school students, and parents. Along with her MAPP degree from PENN, Trecia holds an MA in mass communication from USC, life coaching training from Coaches Training Institute (CTI), and is currently pursuing her doctorate in educational psychology and leadership from USC’s Rossier School of Education. [+]