Crisis & Well-Being
Bachelor of Science, Public Relations – University of Central Missouri
Master of Science, Counseling and Student Development – Kansas State University
Bio + Fun Facts:
Beth Davis-Little (she/her) currently serves Trojans as the Assistant Director for Crisis and Well-Being with Residential Education. She gets to work with the entire Residential Education team and campus partners to support students as they navigate their time as a student at USC.
Beth is a Midwesterner born and raised having grown up in central Indiana before making pit stops in Missouri and Kansas for academic and professional opportunities. Prior to joining the Trojan family, Beth served as a live-in residential staff member for multiple years as well as an Assistant Director focusing on the care and support of on-campus residents and housing insecure students. Beth’s passion for equity and justice coupled with her care for students to ensure they have supports, resources, and knowledge of their options fuels her work.
In her free time, Beth enjoys spending time with her partner and cats, collecting Funko Pops!, watching RuPaul’s Drag Race, traveling, and experiencing new things! Suggestions for Southern California excursions, must-try foods, and can’t-miss experiences are welcome!