Clarey Walker is a native of Gainesville, Florida and has called Washington DC home since 2003 when he relocated for grad school at American University. He has always had a passion for community and public service. In fact, he was the second graduate in the history of the University of North Florida to receive its two highest awards for his commitment to service: Albert D Ernest Caring Award and the Senior Service Award.
Clarey is thrilled to join a body of like-minded individuals, is prepared to roll up his sleeves, and identify another great initiative for the Rotary Club of DuPont Circle to tackle.
Dupont Rotarian Clarey Walker
Arnold is a native Washingtonian and began learning the importance of communication and confidentiality during the Nixon, Ford, and Carter presidencies when assigned to the White House, serving with the US Secret Service Uniformed Division. He started his work in Information Technology over forty years ago and has invested over twenty years in the study and practice of human behavior science. He loves discovering “why people do what they do,” and sharing his gift of empowering others to discover their own purpose/reason for being.
Arnold joined Rotary as a way to share his gift with a broader community. He encourages us to “consider six degrees of connection!”