Ernest Walker is the Director of the SoCal Club, Los Angeles for Men’s Health Foundation. Ernest has over a decade of accomplishments addressing the health and social needs of people impacted by HIV/AIDS. He started his public health/human services career in Seattle as Program Coordinator of People of Color Against AIDS Network and Manager of Prevention Programs at Minority AIDS Project in Los Angeles. From 2003 through 2017, Ernest worked in various capacities at Us Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc in the Washington, D.C., including serving as Director of Programs and Chief Operating Officer. Most recently, Ernest served as Co-Executive Director of Lost-N-Found Youth, an Atlanta-based community based organization focused on addressing the needs of homeless you, and Interim Executive Director of NAESM, INC., another Atlanta-based organization addressing the health and wellness issues confronted by Black gay men through advocacy, services, and education. Ernest holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from University of Washington and a Master of Public Health at Catholic University.