Brandy Walker designs, develops and helps facilitate training for youth and adult leadership programs. She specializes in instructional design, technology, and community-engaged research. She also oversees multimedia production projects.
Current Activities and Expertise
Walker brings her expertise in adult learning, curriculum design, and instructional technology to bear in designing, developing, and delivering a variety of leadership programs for youth and adults. Recent curriculum design projects include the Graduate Scholars Leadership, Engagement, and Development (GS LEAD) program for incoming Ph.D. students in STEM-related fields.
Walker’s work in curriculum design and program development bridges education, research and service in a variety of ways. Through a service-learning fellowship, Walker designed a new cross-disciplinary course to promote community-engaged research methods, GRSC 7880S. She enjoys collaborating with academic faculty on community-engaged projects.
Graduate assistant to the director of the innovation in teaching with technology initiative in the College of Education at the University of Georgia
Integration specialist and humanities teacher at the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology
Marion L. Brittan Teaching Fellow in the technology infused writing program at the Georgia Institute of Technology
Electronic pedagogy coordinator at Tulane University, English Department
- 1993, B.A., English and German, University of Georgia
- 1996, M.A., English, Tulane University
- 2013, Ph.D., Learning, Design, and Technology, University of Georgia
- Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) – Leadership Development Committee
- Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD)
- International Leadership Association
- Technology Association of Georgia