Benjamin Davisson Name of Vice President of Tenmile Land

Tenmile Land is pleased to announce that Benjamin Davisson of Clarksburg, West Virginia, has been promoted to assume the role of vice president. In addition to his new
position, Davisson will continue his role as general counsel for Tenmile Land.

As vice president, Davisson will be responsible for planning, directing, coordinating and overseeing operational activities for Tenmile Land. He will also ensure the development and implementation of efficient operations and cost-effective systems to meet the current and future needs of the company.

“We are extremely fortunate to have Benjamin as a leader of the Tenmile Land team,” said Chad Johnson, Tenmile Land founder and owner. “He has been involved in every aspect of the day-to-day operations during the past five years, and we anticipate his extraordinary judgement to continue in his new role. He is a strong and passionate leader who is dedicated to leading an enthusiastic team, while fostering relationships with individuals and continuing to grow our company, which is deep rooted in family values and driven by integrity.”

In January 2018, Davisson was hired as general counsel for Tenmile Land. In June 2019, his role expanded to chief administrative officer and general counsel.

“I look forward to expanding my role with Tenmile Land and continuing to be a part of a dynamic industry that drives energy innovation and fuels global progress,” said Davisson. “Tenmile Land is a leading oil and gas company, and I am committed to overseeing the growth of purchasing, developing and operating oil and gas minerals in the Mountain State.”

In 2007, Davisson graduated summa cum laude from West Virginia Wesleyan College with a dual bachelor’s degree in accounting and economics. During his time at WVWC, he was also named West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year and an Outstanding Senior. In 2009, he obtained a Graduate Certificate in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation from West Virginia University’s College of Business and Economics. In 2010, Davisson received his Juris Doctor Degree from West Virginia University’s College of Law and was admitted to the West Virginia State Bar. During his time at WVU, he was selected as a member of the school’s National Moot Court Team and was also awarded the Order of the Barristers.

Upon graduation, Davisson served as a law clerk for the Honorable James A. Matish of the 15th Circuit of West Virginia. In 2011, he joined the law firm of Waters, Warner & Harris, PLLC, as an associate. In 2014,Davisson became a member of Waters, Warner & Harris, PLLC, now known as Harris, Wilson, Turner & Davisson, PLLC.

Davisson is currently a member of the Harrison County Bar, West Virginia State Bar and the American Bar Association. He is a member of the Clarksburg Rotary Club and serves as a director and trustee for various non-profit organizations. In 2014, Davisson was appointed by the City of Clarksburg to serve on the Board of Zoning Appeals, and in 2016, he was appointed by the Harrison County Commission to serve on the Harrison County Farmland Protection Board.