Greg Walker

Senior Vice President, State and District Partnerships

Greg leads the State and District Partnerships team, which plays an invaluable role in our mission to meet the needs of K–12 students, educators, and leaders. Greg directs key aspects of College Board strategy to ensure every student has access to the courses, scholarships, and opportunities that empower them to succeed in college and beyond. When directing strategies to achieve this, Greg uses his wealth of experience serving in leadership roles across several states as a teacher, elementary and high school principal, and assistant superintendent for secondary education. Greg has firsthand experience in closing achievement gaps, providing greater access to Advanced Placement and other challenging coursework, and increasing college-going rates.

Greg joined the College Board in 2004 and previously served as regional vice president for the Midwest. In the Midwest Region, Greg led efforts working with K–12 leaders to increase opportunities for students through the SAT Suite of Assessments, AP, and BigFuture, across Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, and other states. He has prioritized expanding access to College Board programs and services to all communities, no matter their size or location.

Greg earned his bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Syracuse University and a master’s degree in education administration from the State University of New York at Oswego. He was a three-year starting cornerback for the Syracuse football team and served as co-captain of the 1991 team that won the Hall of Fame Bowl. Greg is active in his community and serves on the board of directors and the Scholarship Foundation Board for the Cleveland Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Greg and his wife, Adina, have three adult children.