Rev. Doris Davis is a 77-year-old Interfaith minister and sacred activist who, in the spirit of Peace Pilgrim, completed a 6 ½ month mother-daughter cross-country walkabout in 2011. Doris and her actor/filmmaker daughter Viveka, made their way across America from Oceanside, California to Washington D.C. They were disseminating the peace pledge developed by the Culver City Interfaith Alliance as they focused the attention of people they met and walked with along the way by “imagining a world where women are equally valued decision-makers in partnership with men worldwide.” A magna cum laude graduate of UC Berkeley in Dramatic Literature with a Masters Degree in Dance from UCLA, she is the mother of four and grandmother of two. She is co-chair of the Culver City Area Interfaith Alliance, and chaplain emeritus of the Southern California Committee for A Parliament of the World’s Religions. She is a longtime student of A Course In Miracles and the teachings of the Ascended Masters. She calls herself a “freelance mystic” with Christian roots.