Skyller Walkes

Skyller Walkes received her B.A. in Mass Media Journalism, Communications, and English, from Rutgers University, and her M.A. in Early Childhood and Education Administration from Kean University. Today, Skyller serves the Texas State University community as a staff member in the Division of Student Affairs in her role as Assistant Director in the Office of Disability Services. She is currently a doctoral student in the Adult, Professional, and Community Education Ph.D. program at Texas State University. In addition to being a certified K-12 educator, the breadth and width of her professional experience includes nonprofit and for-profit project management, educator coaching and training, account management, K-16 curricula supports, special education, adult education initiatives, English Language Learners, and social justice reform through community outreach and activism. Her passion for the afore-mentioned culminated in her role as an educational consultant in several international projects which took her to London and South Africa where she conducted workshops and facilitated symposia for educators, administrators and government officials to promote literacy and education reform. Skyller’s work as an education consultant also expanded to include programing and facilitated outreach for schools, regional libraries and diversity community education with the United States Embassy in Madrid, Spain.

Skyller Walkes

received her B.A. in Mass Media Journalism, Communications, and English, from Rutgers University, and her M.A. in Early Childhood and Education Administration from Kean University. Today, Skyller serves the Texas State University community as a staff member in the Division of Student Affairs in her role as Assistant Director in the Office of Disability Services. She is currently a doctoral student in the Adult, Professional, and Community Education Ph.D. program at Texas State University. In addition to being a certified K-12 educator, the breadth and width of her professional experience includes nonprofit and for-profit project management, educator coaching and training, account management, K-16 curricula supports, special education, adult education initiatives, English Language Learners, and social justice reform through community outreach and activism. Her passion for the afore-mentioned culminated in her role as an educational consultant in several international projects which took her to London and South Africa where she conducted workshops and facilitated symposia for educators, administrators and government officials to promote literacy and education reform. Skyller’s work as an education consultant also expanded to include programing and facilitated outreach for schools, regional libraries and diversity community education with the United States Embassy in Madrid, Spain.