Michael Walker has been working with kids for 15 years in the behavioral health field. He has experience coordinating day programs for postgraduate and GED students, and vocational training working with at-risk males and females in Baltimore city and county, as well as being a Shift Commander with the Department of Juvenile Services. His expertise includes College Access, Vocational Access, Male Mentorship, and NCAA eligibility clearinghouse requirements. He is a graduate of Woodlawn High School, where he was a three-sport athlete (Basketball, Baseball, Football). Upon completing high school, Michael was able to continue his education at Dundalk Community College where he was an honorable mention All-American while playing basketball, and then transferred to Potomac State College where he was an All-American, All-Region, and All-Conference player in the NJCAA Division 1 while playing basketball. He is a proud graduate of Morgan State University where he earned a bachelor’s in Sociology and is looking to obtain his master’s in Social Work. He is a Basketball Coach for Baltimore’s Charm Club team for girls and is committed to the development of Baltimore’s City youth, and will continue saving the lives of our youth of the future.