Christopher Walker

Project Coordinator, ETR

Christopher Walker is a project coordinator at Education Training and Research (ETR) with six years of experience working in HIV/ STI prevention. Currently, he coordinates and provides logistical support for several projects on the HIV, Sexual & Reproductive Health services team at ETR. His career began in college while attending the University of Memphis. During his time there, he worked with several campus organizations assisting them in creating on-campus HIV/STI testing events and educational forums on cultural inclusivity. Shortly after graduation, he moved to Dallas, Texas, and took his learned skills to the non-profit world. He was a field supervisor for the CDC funded National HIV Behavioral Surveillance and has experience working directly with marginalized communities. He has a Master's in Public Health from the University of Texas School of Public Health. With a passion for advocacy, he aspires to fight disparities faced by individuals who lack access to equitable healthcare and education. In his spare time, he is a proud board member of the House of Rebirth, a transitional living space for transgender women of color, and cast member of the CommuniTEA, a podcast that discusses the lives of black men through an HIV prevention contex. Living by the motto "People helping people helping people" and fighting for what is right, he wants to make the world a better place for all.

Christopher Walker