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Mallory Davis

State Farm Insurance Agent

Education: Mallory graduated from Corbin High School in 2005 and continued her education at Georgetown College, graduating in 2009.


Occupation: Mallory is an insurance agent with State Farm.


Family: Mallory and her husband Andrew have two children, Lincoln and Eliza.


How was volunteerism encouraged in your family or community? In my family, volunteerism was highly encouraged and valued. Both of my parents believed in giving back to the community and instilled that value in my brother and me. My parents were very involved in the PTO at my elementary school and my father also volunteered as a coach for youth sports teams and served on the board.


By fostering a culture of volunteerism, my family and community encouraged active participation and made it a meaningful part of our lives. It not only taught us the value of giving back but also helped us develop important life skills and a sense of compassion for others.

My husband and I continue to be very involved in our community.

How does healthcare support a thriving community? Healthcare supports a thriving community by promoting overall well-being, contributing to economic stability, educating, and raising awareness, ensuring emergency preparedness, and driving research and innovation.

How can gratitude help heal you spiritually, physically and emotionally? Gratitude can have a profound impact on your overall well-being, including your spiritual, physical, and emotional health.

  • Spiritual: Gratitude helps you connect with something greater than yourself and cultivates a sense of awe and appreciation for the world around you. It can deepen your spiritual practice, increase your sense of purpose, and enhance your connection with others and the universe.
  • Physical: Gratitude has been linked to various physical health benefits. When you experience gratitude, your body releases chemicals like dopamine and serotonin, which can boost your mood, reduce stress, and improve your immune system. Research suggests that practicing gratitude regularly may lead to better sleep, reduced inflammation, and improved cardiovascular health.
  • Emotional: Gratitude can positively impact your emotional well-being by shifting your focus from negative to positive aspects of your life. It helps you develop a more optimistic outlook and reduces feelings of envy, resentment, and bitterness. Regularly expressing gratitude can increase your overall happiness, enhance your self-esteem, and improve your relationships with others. Healing takes time, and practicing gratitude is an ongoing process. By incorporating gratitude into your life, you can positively influence your spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being.