Walker Communications principal Molly A. Walker has worked to meet the
communication needs of employers and clients—and their audiences—for
more than 30 years. She founded Walker Communications in Oakland,
California, in 1999 to provide first-rate editorial and project
management services to business and education.
Trained as a journalist and photographer at the Valley Times in Pleasanton, California, Molly has written news and feature articles and case studies for print and Web applications, produced newsletters (writing, editing, designing and sometimes collaborating with other contributors and designers) and managed communication projects.
Her background includes editing trade magazines at Miller Freeman Publications; performing industry and corporate public relations at the California Beef Council, The Bank of California and BHP Minerals; and general corporate communications positions at Fibreboard Corporation and AT&T.
Her work has been recognized by the San Francisco chapters of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and the Public Relations Society of America. She is a past president of SF IABC and received IABC’s 2010 Chapter Leader of the Year Honorable Mention award. She served as lead chapter advocate on the IABC Pacific Plains Region board of directors (2009-2014) and moderated SF IABC's Independent Communicators' Roundtable. She currently serves on the San Francisco Public Relations Round Table board of governors.
Molly has a bachelor's degree in Spanish from the University of California, Berkeley.
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