Carol Carter Walker

Carol Carter Walker

360 Council Member

Carol Carter Walker has been a Unitarian Universalist (UU) for 32 years, since becoming a charter member of Sojourner Truth Congregation in Washington, DC. Carol has been a member of Paint Branch UU Church in Adelphi, MD since 2002. Carol has been active at the local, regional, district and national levels of the denomination. She has attended 27 General Assemblies and taken advantage of many training opportunities provided by the UUA. She is honored to be selected as a BLUU Elder.

At the denominational level, Carol has been part of the Commission on Social Witness and is currently a Beyond Categorical Thinking facilitator. She is a member of the Diverse and Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries and Black Lives of UU. Carol is a native of and currently lives in Washington, DC. She is an active volunteer, serving her community as past Chair of Metro’s Riders Advisory Council and President of her apartment’s tenants association since her 2006 retirement as a senior manager at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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