Ken Walker is a freelance writer and works full-time at McLennan Community College as the Coordinator of the Center for Academic Excellence and as an adjunct English instructor for developmental reading and writing and Composition I/II. Before this, Walker served as a submarine qualified Torpedoman aboard the USS Indianapolis (SSN 697) and was stationed in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
After his time in the U.S. Navy, he completed his B.A. in Professional Writing from Baylor University and his Master of Professional Writing degree from Chatham University. Currently, he is a doctoral student in educational leadership with Tarleton State University.
In his early career, Walker worked as a technical writer and contract writer for several companies, individuals, and organizations. During that time, he wrote numerous manuals, press releases, training documents, advertisements, websites, and publications, many of which required certification through third-party entities, such as the American Bureau of Shipping, Det Norske Veritas, and more.
While his professional experience started in technical writing and professional writing for businesses, Ken writes for a variety of blogs and is combining his love for the art of writing by producing many creative writing pieces for publication.
When he is not writing, Walker spends time with his two children and his wife in central Texas.