Theodore Z. Davis was appointed to the Board of Trustees in 1991 and also sits on the Board of Temple University Health Services and the General Alumni Association of Temple. Davis has had a relationship with Temple University for over fifty years. He earned his Bachelor's in Business/Accounting from Temple in 1958 and his Bachelor's in Law from Temple University School of Law in 1963. He also worked seven years as an adjunct in Temple Law. In 1974 he was appointed to the New Jersey Supreme Court Board of Bar Examiners and was chair until 1981, when he became a Superior Court judge. Davis was named chair of the New Jersey Supreme Court Task Force on Minority Concerns in 1986, the first task force of its kind in the nation. In 1991, Davis was appointed Presiding Judge of the Chancery Division – General Equity in Camden County and he retired from the bench in 2003. Davis has had over forty years of experience in Camden municipal politics as an assistant city attorney and assistant county prosecutor. Since his retirement, Davis has been a member of Cozen O'Connor and was appointed Interim Chief Operating Officer of Camden, NJ by Governor Jon Corzine in 2007 until he stepped down in 2009.