Jacqueline P. Walker
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Jacqueline (Jackie) Patricia Walker migrated from Jamaica, W.I. to the United States in 1972, almost three years after her father’s untimely death. A product of the District of Columbia Public Schools, Ms. Walker earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree (Liberal Arts with 3 concentrations: Psychology/English/Communication Arts) from Hofstra University in Hempstead N.Y. where she joined Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Ms. Walker has over 25 years of leadership experience and held corporate management positions in the areas of Product & Pricing, Customer Self-Service Capabilities (Online), Information Technology Project Management, Regulatory and Triage Customer Communications. She has kept abreast of management practices and approaches along with oral and written communications by completing 30 credit hours of coursework in Organizational and Technology Management through the University of Maryland, University College (UMUC) graduate studies programs and earning certification in “Work Place Communications” (also) through UMUC.

Outside of her corporate accomplishments, Ms. Walker has always enjoyed creative writing and spent much of her spare time creating framed original poetry, biographies and promotional pieces for family and close friends. She recently self-published her first book of poetry, Mothers, Sisters & Friends. This inspirational piece (which is avaialable for purchase at amazon.com) honors the beauty, grace and strength of women as well as enforces the importance of mentoring and bonding as a motivational tool to encourage and increase achievement by future generations of women.

Ms. Walker is scheduled to publish Lyrics of my Reality: Reflections & Inspirations, a compilation of motivating essays and introspective poetry prior to year end 2012.

You can contact Ms. Walker to comment on her work by sending an e-mail to writingsbyjackie@hotmail.com or by sending an e-mail to TimBookTu and it will be forwarded.

Works on TimBookTu by Jacqueline P. Walker


Another Day...A Mother Prays
Black Man
It Ain't
I Used To
Pleasure and Pain
Proud, Dark Sister

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