Daniel Tidwell-Davis, MDiv
Daniel Tidwell-Davis graduated with an MDiv from The Seattle School in 2010 and began working at The Seattle School in 2011. He currently serves as the Manager of Accessibility & Vocational Programs in the Office of Students & Alumni.
Through Student Lifecycle and (S)ending programming and individualized support, Daniel resources students & alumni seeking licensure, ordination, and vocational development support. In coordination with Academics, he manages disability services, establishing academic accommodations for students with disabilities. Together with the other members of the Office of Students & Alumni, Daniel provides pastoral care and assistance in accessing resources for students in need, and support for underrepresented student groups.
Born Pentecostal in Southern Appalachia and raised in the Deep South, they have been a lifelong student of religion, cultures, stories, and songs. As an artist who thinks theologically, playing with patterns, materiality, language, and form, Daniel weaves together mystic spirituality and embodied living.
He lives in Bremerton, WA with his husband, Justin, and enjoys reading, baking, gardening, and playing with their giant dogs, Howl and Doralee.