Dr. Angela Walker was born in Mobile, Alabama to Lottie Woodard and the late Alexander Woodard, Jr., but she was raised in Daphne, Alabama. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in merchandising with a minor in Management and Marketing, and a Master of Science degree in Public Administration with a minor in Business Administration from Jacksonville State University (JSU). The former JSU homecoming queen and volleyball standout went on to earn a Doctoral degree in Higher Education Administration from The University of Alabama. Dr. Walker is extremely proud of the fact that she earned each of her college degrees debt-free.
Dr. Walker has passionately worked in the field of higher education in various capacities since the early 90s. Currently, she is Chair of the Public Administration Department, Assistant to the Provost/VP for Academic Affairs, Faculty Development Coordinator, and Faculty Representative to the Board of Trustees at Talladega College. She is certified in Effective Teaching Practices. The certification is co-sponsored by The Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) and The American Council on Education (ACE) Dr. Walker is also the author of There is Lyfe After Death: Moving Forward After A Miscarriage, and she is an ordained minister. Faculty page