Student Trustee

Gary S. Walker-Roberts

Gary S. Walker-Roberts - Student Trustee

Gary Walker-Roberts graduated from Los Medanos College (LMC) and received his associate degree in Behavioral and Social Sciences. He is currently pursuing his Spanish Certificate at LMC and also plans to receive his bachelor's degree in Ethnic Studies: Gender and Sexuality in the Community of Color from California State University, East Bay. Gary served as LMC Associated Student (LMCAS) President for the 2014-15 academic year. He led the student government on multiple advocacy outreach projects pertaining to underrepresented minority student populations, such as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, ally (LGBTQIA), disabled student programs and services, veterans and Asian and Pacific Islander communities. As LMCAS President, Gary’s peers selected him for the "Outstanding Student Government Leader Award" for his dedication to LMCAS and the student body. Additionally, under his leadership as President, the LMCAS was awarded the "Social Change Award" for its outstanding advocacy efforts and successful outcomes. Gary plans to use his leadership skills to represent students in the District while continuing to master his skills as a civic leader in his tenure as Student Trustee.

In addition to academics, Gary belongs to a Hawaiian Halau in Antioch, California, and enjoys studying Hawaiian culture and hula dancing. He loves to travel with his husband to the islands of Hawaii to relax and "hang loose." Gary is also the proud parent of their two boxer dogs, Rocky and Rain.