2023 Honorary Chair
League of Women Voters Metropolitan Tulsa is proud to recognize Sharon King Davis, community business leader, philanthropist, and 2022 Madam President Honoree, as the honorary chair for its 2023 Madam President event.
Sharon King Davis
Sharon King Davis, community service superstar and partner in the King family commercial real estate business. Sharon King Davis is a formidable force in Tulsa. A fourth generation Tulsan, she graduated from the first graduating class of Memorial High School and has worked hard to make an impact on Tulsa. One of her greatest accomplishments includes carrying forward her father’s dream of developing places where Tulsans could gather, shop, and be a part of Tulsa prosperity. Sharon's father, Ramon L. King, was a developer and bought the land at the now highly-frequented intersection of 61st and Yale. On this edge-of-town location, he build a residential area as well as Holiday Hills Shopping Center. In 2000, Sharon and her sister Terry King redeveloped Holiday Hills into KingsPointe Village. Today, Sharon King Davis continues to champion the development of the Arkansas River and is currently advocating for city and county leaders to purchase and develop a piece of property to the south of Rover West Festival Park.
Her community involvement spans from the Tulsa Community College Foundation, Tulsa Historical Society, Family and Children’s Services, Habitat for Humanity, Chamber of Commerce, Memorial High Alumni Foundation to the Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women, and more. One of Sharon's most prominent roles was directing the unearthing of Tulsa’s Semi-Centennial Time Capsule that contained a 1957 Plymouth Belvedere that had been buried for 50 years. Sharon King Davis also chaired Tulsa’s centennial celebration in 1998 and played a major role in the state’s 100th birthday celebration in 2006.