Valerie Rebecca Walker, founder of Let’s Talk – A Women’s Organization, Inc., is an advocate for improving the quality of life for women by addressing issues of particular concern to women and their families. With an emphasis on self-help, Let’s Talk is designed to promote the well-being and empowerment of women, and to foster self-esteem, self-determination and sustainable positive development. Ms. Walker believes these attributes in women will have a direct and positive impact on their families and communities, and will help promote positive social change.

She attained an Associate’s degree in Teacher Education from Georgia Perimeter College. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Georgia State University, where she graduated Cum Laude. In addition, she earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Central Michigan University. She is currently pursuing a Ph. D. in African American Studies at Clark Atlanta University. Ms. Walker is currently a GED instructor at Miles of Learning - Adult Literacy, Inc. She also serves as a policy council member for Partnership for Community Action, Inc.

She resides with her son, Emmanuel, in Stone Mountain, GA. In her spare time, she enjoys spending quality time with her son and getting involved in projects that are designed for the betterment of humanity. Ms. Walker’s favorite cookies are Golden Oreos ®.