WHO ARE WE?
Davida Mathis is a lawyer in private practice in Greenville, South Carolina, focusing her practice on domestic relations and criminal defense. Previously, she served as an Assistant Solicitor prosecuting drug crimes and other serious felonies. She is a graduate of Oberlin College and the University of South Carolina. Davida has also managed several political and issue-oriented campaigns. She and her sister, Janice developed a radio program, Sisters in Law, which is broadcast with Porsche Foxx on The Big Station - WVEE, 103.3, Atlanta. As a member of the steering committee of the Greenville Chapter of Rainbow PUSH, Davida devised strategy to achieve recognition of the King Holiday. Davida is an accomplished musician and vocalist; she is married to Thaddeus Allen and they have one daughter, Avery.
Janice Mathis is Vice President of the Citizenship Education Fund and is executive director of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition regional office in Atlanta. Previously, she served as Chief of Staff and General Counsel to Rainbow PUSH Coalition, and as Special Assistant Attorney General for Child Support Enforcement in Georgia. Janice and several other partners founded a private general law practice in Athens, Georgia where she was the firm's managing partner and specialized in civil litigation, consumer bankruptcy, real estate and probate law. Janice is a graduate of Duke University and the University of Georgia. She has been appointed to several corporate diversity councils and is a former board member of the League of Women Voters of the United States. Janice is married to Harry K. Johnson and they have two adult children.