Dr. Walker is a Professor of Educational Administration and Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada.
His recognized areas of work include educational governance and policy making; leadership philosophies and practices, community and interpersonal relations, organizational development and capacity-building, and applied and professional ethics. He brings over thirty-five years of experience as a manager, teacher, minister, leader, scholar, and educational administrator in public and social sectors. His formal education has been in the disciplines of physical education, sports administration, theology, education, educational administration, and philosophy.
Keith Walker has earned national and international awards for his research work. A focus of Professor Walker’s research work is with executives across all three sectors and with senior educational administrators in K-12 and tertiary education. Dr. Walker has presented workshops, papers, and provided consultations in Ukraine, the United Kingdom, Sweden, New Zealand, Australia, The Solomon Islands, Kingdom of Tonga, Namibia, Fiji, The Cook Islands, Barbados, Italy, Guyana, Malta, China, Turkey, Chile, Brazil, Ethiopia, Greece, The Czech Republic, Spain, and the United States.
In recent years, he has worked a great deal in the areas of good governance, creating ethical cultures, building the thriving learning communities, the institutionalization of purposeful change, and leadership for sustainable development.