Dr Shantel Davis

IRIS Management

Care Responsibilities: Audits and Investigations to ensure the highest quality of care is being rendered to Iris clients.

Specialties: Working with legal and compliance departments. Working with individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities. Working with mental and physical disabilities.

County/Region I’m familiar with: Dane.

Languages or Communication Skills: English.

I’m comfortable with pets in the home: Yes.

More about me: I hold a Ph.D. in Theology and Ethics, where I’ve had the opportunity to delve deep into the fascinating realms of faith, morality, and the complex interplay between them. Through my doctoral studies, I developed a strong foundation in theological principles and ethical frameworks, allowing me to critically analyze and interpret diverse religious traditions and their impact on society.

However, my intellectual curiosity extends beyond theology and ethics. Currently, I am pursuing further education in the field of genetics. I am enrolled in a school where I am immersing myself in the intricate study of genes, DNA, and the remarkable advancements in genetic research. This new academic pursuit allows me to explore the intersection between science and spirituality, examining how genetic discoveries shape our understanding of human life and its ethical implications.

My academic journey has equipped me with a unique perspective that bridges the gap between theology, ethics, and genetics. I am passionate about fostering meaningful conversations that explore the ethical dilemmas arising from advancements in genetic technology and their potential impact on individuals, families, and society. I believe in the importance of engaging in dialogue that considers the diverse cultural, religious, and philosophical perspectives surrounding these complex issues.

Beyond my academic pursuits, I am an avid reader, constantly seeking knowledge and inspiration from a wide range of sources. I am deeply committed to lifelong learning and aim to contribute positively to society by sharing my insights and fostering a greater understanding of the intricate relationship between theology, ethics, and genetics.

I look forward to connecting with others who share similar interests or have thought-provoking questions on these subjects. Feel free to reach out, as I’m always excited to engage in meaningful discussions and explore the depths of these fascinating fields.