Helping New Leaders and Teachers Get the Skills They Need to be Successful
Filtod Walker has been involved with corporate and nonprofit training, engagement, and management for over 15 years. He has specialized in nonprofit leadership training, staff retreat facilitation, and providing classes in instructional design for the past 3 years. He has spoken at conferences on topics such as instructional design, employee/volunteer correction, cultural literacy, and learned helplessness in adult education. Prior to teaching and facilitating, Filtod worked in the merger of the corporate and artistic worlds as a solutions architect and software designer where he organized and led the regional internal consulting team for one of the largest accounting firms in the U.S.
Filtod has served as an active volunteer at the Gads Hill Center, Horizons Community Services, the National Runaway Switchboard, the Lakeview Pantry, Chicago House, and the Heart House Homeless Shelter. While at the Lakeview Pantry, Filtod served as the board fundraising chair and was responsible for coordinating the board fundraising activities and leading committee volunteers in pursuit of their own individual and group goals. Filtod earned his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Eureka College and is currently pursuing his Master’s in Educational Leadership at Concordia University.