Scott Davis has been living, working, and organizing in Rio Arriba and Santa Fe counties of New Mexico since 2007. In his professional career, he works in project management rehabilitating Indian housing at the Eight Northern Pueblos. Working for a Native Woman-owned construction firm, and the Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority, Davis has come to love the people and history of his new home in Northern New Mexico. During these years, he has been educated through close relationships at Tewa Women United in Española. This work has brought him face to face with what it means to be a settler colonial in the Tewa World. Coupled with his role as a trainer for A Call to Men, Davis has found purpose in exploring the nature of white male privilege, and how it can be leveraged toward creating justice. As a writer and facilitator, Davis continues to push himself and others into the uncomfortable conversations so critical to realizing social change.