Walker Williams has more than three decades experience working with governments, corporations, NGOs and multilateral institutions. His areas of expertise include international development, energy, finance, business development and corporate management.
A consultant to the U.S. Department of Energy, Walker was instrumental in establishing the first Western Hemispheric Energy Ministerial in 1999, which directly focused on Caribbean energy issues, and was a prime mover in Trinidad and Tobago hosting the Western Hemispheric Energy Ministerial in Tobago.
A recognized champion of Caribbean issues in the US, Walker founded the Caribbeana Council to raise the profile of Caribbean issues in the United States. He and the Caribbeana Council played a major role in securing the passage of the initial Caribbean Basin Initiative in 1983 and led U.S. business trade missions to Jamaica, St. Kitts- Nevis, the Dominican Republic, Barbados, Grenada, Haiti, St. Lucia, Antigua and Barbuda, and Trinidad and Tobago.
In 1992, he organized the African Energy Ministerial in Morocco and he continues to provide consultant services to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Group Chairman for the NiQuan Energy Group, Walker also serves as the President of Education Africa USA, a non-profit, non-political organization that is committed to providing quality educational opportunities to the people of South Africa.
Walker is a graduate of Boston University, where he earned a degree in Communications. He also attended Seton Hall and Rutgers University’s Graduate Schools of Business Administration.