Dr. Carlos L Walker, Sr. is a director within the FWISD Equity & Excellence Division working for the Family Action Center as well as a farmer and rancher when he is not working in the Stop Six community. He has 18 years of experience as a substitute and classroom teacher, as well as campus and central office administrator. His desire as a farmer and rancher is to use provide educational opportunities and a therapeutic environment to youth as well as individuals dealing with trauma. He would like for their property to be considered a place of healing and discovery. His personal motto is: “Unity in the community with a singleness of purpose, helping others to help themselves.” He received his AA in mathematics from San Diego City College, his BA in mathematics from the University of Texas at Arlington, his MA in educational administration from the University of North Texas, and his EED in educational leadership from the University of North Texas. He serves on several board and committees, including: Campfire First Texas Board, Girl Scouts of America; Generation Uplift; Unity in the Community; the REALE Oganization; the FWISD Racial Equity Committee; and the Young Men’s Leadership Academy Advisory Board.