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Jim Davis


In 1983, Jim Davis and his cousin, Baltimore Ravens majority owner Steve Bisciotti, launched what would become Allegis Group, a global talent solutions pro-vider that connects great people with great companies.

Allegis Group began as a small staffing business to help fill open positions with a temporary workforce. Davis recognized an opportunity and focused on a vision that lives on today: to build a great company rooted in strong relationships that creates professional and financial opportunities.

The original Aerotek evolved into Allegis Group, a globally-integrated enterprise with offices on four continents and annual revenues of $12.3 billion.

Like his cousin, Davis also jumped into the professional sports ownership arena. In 2010, the Cockeysville billionaire became a minority owner of the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team.

How does Allegis show its corporate responsibility?

Our commitment extends beyond the work we do and into the way we choose to live our lives. We are passionate about giving back to the communities where we live and work and we seek out opportunities to make an impact. This activism and dedication has been a part of Allegis Group’s culture since our very begin-nings, and I am confident it will continue to remain a focus for the years to come.

How would you describe Allegis’ corporate culture?

We will act responsibly, we will operate sustainably and we will contribute to the communities in which we work and live. We will always view this commitment as a central part of our legacy. It is who we are.

This profile is part of The Daily Record's Power 100 list for 2021. Information used in this profile was sourced from the honoree. See the full list at or in our digital edition.