Wilma Davidson, Ed.D., is a former faculty member at the University of South Florida and the president of a communications consulting firm Davidson & Associates. In her consulting work to Fortune 500 companies, educational and governmental institutions, Davidson advises clients how to put their "best foot forward—in writing and in person."
In addition to serving as a writing and presentation-skills coach, Davidson is the author or co-author of five published books on writing and business. Her books include the text Business Writing: What Works, What Won't; Writing a Winning College Application Essay; and The Bell Labs Editor. She has also served as the author and editor of Most Likely to Succeed at Work: How Work Is Just Like High School—Crib Notes for Getting Along and Getting Ahead Amidst Bullies, Teachers' Pets, Cheerleaders, and Other Members of the "Class."
A board member of the Sarasota Branch of the National League of American Pen Women (NLAPW), Davidson met her co-author de Avila of the book Soldier, Sister, Savant through their professional women's organization, the NLAPW. She lives in Longboat Key, Florida.