Marcy E. Walker has lived in many locations
throughout the U.S., and she’s left her mark on each
community that has been lucky enough to have her.
Marcy E. Walker
After receiving a bachelor’s degree in history and political
science from Mercer University in 1978, she headed to Atlanta to
complete graduate training at the National Center for Paralegal
Training. After becoming certified in real estate law, she moved to
Tampa, Florida, to begin her career as a legal assistant.
Walker relocated to Chattanooga in 1981 to handle commercial real
estate transactions with Miller & Martin law firm. In 1986, she
moved on to Memphis to work as a commercial real estate consultant.
Two years later, she took her consulting skills to San Diego,
California. She settled in Johnson City in 1996, when she moved one
last time to become office manager of CVT Surgery Group.
Regardless of her location, Walker has been an active volunteer
with many organizations throughout her professional life. She was a
member of the Memphis-Shelby County Medical Alliance, serving as
chair of various events and programs, and the Lebonheur Club, which
raises money for the children’s hospital of the same name in
Since returning to Tennessee, Walker has donated her time and
service to several local organizations. She has volunteered at the
Towne Acres Elementary School Clinic and is a former member of the
Washington County/Johnson City American Red Cross board of
directors. She has been active with the American Heart Association,
as well as Kids on the Block, an anti-violence program for kids.
She served as the chairman of the American Medical Alliance
Foundation’s Tennessee Medical Association Alliance and has
served on the boards of the Children’s Advocacy Center,
Junior Achievement, Johnson City Downtown Clinic, and Mountain
States Foundation Board.
She currently serves on the board of the March of Dimes and is
president of the Johnson City Morning Rotary Club. She is also a
member of the Washington-Unicoi-Johnson County Medical Alliance.
From 2007 to 2008, she was a member of the Chamber of Commerce
Leadership 2015 and she is a founding member of the Dispensary of
Hope in Nashville. Walker was elected to the Johnson City Board of
Education in 1999, re-elected in 2003, and has served on the Safety
Task Force Committee, the Johnson City Schools Foundation Board,
the Freedom Hall Task Force, the City-County Liaison Task Force,
and the Insurance Task Force. She was elected to the City of
Johnson City’s City Commission in 2007 and is currently
involved with facilities, planning, development, the Convention and
Visitors Bureau, and the TIF committee. She has served on the
Buccaneer Athletic Scholarship Association’s board of
directors since 2001. She was chairperson of the ETSU Snow Volleys
Tennis Tournament from 1997 to 2002.
Her husband, Dr. William A. Walker, works with the CVT Surgery
Group. The couple has two children. Brian serves in the U.S. Army
and Jamie is attending the University of Nevada-Reno.
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