Wayne H. Walker, CSM, U.S.A. (Ret.)
Mr. Walker was selected as the Richmond Fisher House Manager in July, 2007. Born on Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, Goldsboro, North Carolina, he grew up traveling the world as a member of an Air Force family. Mr. Walker entered the United States Army as a Combat Engineer in 1983, where he attended Basic Training and Advance Individual Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. During an outstanding military career that spanned more than 25 years, he served our nation in virtually every non-commissioned leadership position available, retiring as a Battalion Command Sergeant Major. Mr. Walker brought his U.S. Army Corps of Engineers engineering experiences to Richmond by playing a vital role in the building of the Richmond Fisher House, acting as the contract representative prior to its dedication in July 2008. His education and senior leadership training experiences have prepared him well for the critical role as manager and chief overseer of the home. Mr. Walker earned an Associate Degree from Central Texas College in 1994, a Bachelor of Individualized Studies from Virginia State University in 2001, and a Master of Arts in Human Resource Development from Webster University in 2004. He enjoys assisting families, spending time with his family, L.C. Bird High School football and restoring his ‘55 Chevy.