Mark Walker


Mark Walker started his career in finance management in North Carolina in 1991. In 1999, Walker earned a theology degree followed by a 16 year career as an ordained minister. In 2014, Walker stepped away from ministry and made a successful run for Congress. After arriving in Congress, Walker became the only member in their first term to be elected by his colleagues as Chairman of the RSC - the largest caucus in Congress. Walker served on House Administration, Education & Labor Committees, House Oversight and on Homeland Security, serving as the ranking member on Intelligence and Counterterrorism Subcommittee. Walker created the HBCU Fly-in attended by more 80 Chancellors from HBCU's across the country. Walker also worked with Congresswoman Alma Adams to launch the paid internship from program for college students and Walker is a frequent speaker on his work on Criminal Justice Reform. In addition, Congressman Walker served with Senator James Lankford as Co-Chair of the bi-cameral Prayer Caucus.