Kenyon Walker is an instructional designer with over 15 years of experience in both private and federal sectors. He brings practical approaches to resolving organizational performance challenges through learning and development with particular emphasis on performance support. His recent client list includes a metro Washington, DC law enforcement agency, Washington College, and Technology Ed, Inc.
Before joining CUE, Kenyon was an Instructional Systems Specialist in the Field Training and Career Development Office at the U.S. Bureau of the Census. At Census, he designed the Field Training Request System, a performance management system which aligned instructional design and project management functions to reduce operational costs to ensure the timely delivery of training programs.
Prior to his tenure at Census, Kenyon was the principal developer and team trainer at UNITECH. His projects included instructional design for the Department of Homeland Security Intelligence and Analysis staff, state and local partners, and local law enforcement officials.
Kenyon designs and develops web-based and instructor-led training using a variety of instructional strategies to maximize learner experience. He collaborates with stakeholders to identify performance gaps and workforce needs. He is a champion of hybrid learning solutions and believes that training should be multidimensional, fun, and interactive.
Kenyon earned his Bachelor's Degree from Norfolk State University and his Master of Education in Instructional Systems and Instructional Design from George Mason University.