“District 2 Voice With District 2 Roots”

Meet Carla

NAME:        Carla Walker

ADDRESS:  314 N. Hackberry St. Suite#102 San Antonio, TX 78202

EMAIL:       vote@carlawalkerfor-d2.com

PHONE:     (210) 451-0044


EDUCATION:   Sam Houston High School (Cherokee, 1976)

                          St. Philip’s College – Associate of Applied Science

                          Wayland Baptist University – Bachelors of Science Occupational                                                                                                               Education specializing in Business Management

                         University of Phoenix – Masters of Art

                                                                     Adult Education


PROFESSIONAL  San Antonio Spurs Entertainment

EXPERIENCE:       Retired March 2020 Texas Education System

                               San Antonio Independent School District

                               Charter School District, School of Excellence in Education

                               Owner – Warrick Pharmacy (partner)

                               Owner – Imani Assisted Living Personal Care

                               Director – Antioch Golden Years Personal Care


COMMUNITY    Claude W Black Center Advisory Board (2022 – Present)

ACTIVITY            Parks and Recreation Board (2019 – Present)

                                 SAWS  Citizen Advocate Program (2017 – 2020)

                                 Martin Luther King Jr, Commission (1988 -2020)

                                 Martin Luther King Jr, Commission Vice Chair (2020)

                                 Juneteenth Independence Freedom Festival  (2022)

                                 Antioch MBC Active Member (1963 to present)


  • Implementation of strategies to curve the high crime rate in District 2.


  • Establish programs to enhance training and skills of District 2 citizens thereby increasing the number of persons who have the skillset and licenses to work in the new District 2 manufacturing businesses.  And, request that the manufacturing companies, set aside positions specifically for District 2 residents.


  • Increase visibility of law enforcement in District 2 thereby improving community engagement, and creating an environment of respect between the District 2 citizens and police.


  • Improve the selection of residential living choices in District 2, review property taxes


  • Increase support to neighborhood associations, empower homeowners and tenants to implement the building of affordable energy efficient homes.


  • Improve support to the homeless by increasing mental health awareness and the accessibility of Urgent Care Facilities