Is a National Teacher Corps Elementary School Intern and Master of Education candidate, graduating from Springfield College in 1971.
Is an EdD research associate with the Fine Arts Center and the Amherst Elementary Teacher Program, graduating from UMass in 1975.
Is a curriculum development specialist, Right-to-Read Center director, and education division chairperson at Bishop College until 1978.
Is a subdistrict staff development coordinator for 29 school campuses in the Dallas Independent School District until 1978.
Is a Drug and Discipline Intervention Specialist working with School Problem-Solving Teams, and a Districtwide Staff Development Specialist in the Dallas Independent School District until 1983.
Is an assistant principal at Preston Hollow Elementary School until 1985.
Is principal of the Arlington Park Early Childhood Learning Center until 1987.
Is principal of C.F. Carr Elementary School, earning in 1987 the Governor’s Educational Excellence Award, until 1990.
Is an area coordinator for 13 prekindergarten – grade 8 school campuses until 1991.
Receives the J.C. Penney Corporate Golden Rule Award.
Is area coordinator for 23 pre-K through grade 12 school campuses until 1992.
Is specialist and elementary coordinator for the Dallas Alternative Teacher Certification Program until 1995.
Is clinical professor for Educational Leadership UTA in the School of Education at the University of Texas at Arlington until 2002.
Is Founder and CEO of the nonprofit Jesse Jai and Pearl Lee Walker Educational Foundation for Ecumenical Leadership until 2020.
Approved by the Texas Education Agency as the first business to prepare principal certification candidates for the McNeil Educational Foundation.
Is an adjunct professor at Texas Southern University until 2004.
Is bestowed with an Outstanding Texan Award from the State of Texas Legislature.
Commences formal retirement and continues his retirement as president, CEO, and lead trainer of his educational leadership preparation business.
Is inducted into the Hall of Fame of the African American Education Archives and History Program.
Is inducted into the John Muir High School Hall of Fame in Pasadena, California.