Ward 28 York Eglinton
Rob Davis was born and raised in Metro Toronto. The youngest of two children, Councillor Davis spent 32 years as a resident of the City of York.
A stockbroker by profession, Councillor Davis attended St. Michael's College School and York University where he studied political science.
Elected to City Council in 1991, Councillor Davis became the first black councillor in the 200 year history of the City of York and one of Ontario's youngest elected officials.
Re-elected in 1994, Councillor Davis served on several committees and boards including: Administrative Services Committee, Works and Parks Committee, the boards of health, Northwestern General Hospital, York Library and St. Clair Community Youth Services. After serving for six years as city councillor for Ward 3 in York, Councillor Davis successfully ran for councillor in York Eglinton in the new City of Toronto.