Beverley McGrew Walker
Beverley McGrew Walker is serving her second term as Fort Bend County District Clerk. Beverley is a licensed Texas attorney who holds a Bachelor of Arts from Texas A&M University in Languages, a Master of Education from the University of Houston, and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Southern University.
Beverley has a wide range of experience working with the public in various organizations. She was the first African American woman to serve on the Houston City Council. She also served two terms on the One Call Board of Texas by way of gubernatorial appointments from Governors Bush and Perry. Beverley was an admissions officer at Texas A&M University where she directed the University Outreach Program which prepared junior high school students for college. Later, she was employed by the Texas Engineering Extension Service where she worked with women and minority owned businesses to help them succeed in obtaining contracts with the Department of Transportation. In the early years, she taught English and Spanish and was a high school counselor in the Houston Independent School District.
Recently, Beverley received a Lifetime Achievement Award from President Joe Biden for her lifetime commitment to build a stronger nation through volunteer service. She is a graduate of the National Association of Counties’ (NACO) High Performance Leadership Academy which is a 12-week, innovative program created to equip frontline county government professionals with practical leadership skills to deliver results for counties and communities.
Beverley is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She is married with three adult children.
Beverley sincerely thanks the citizens of Fort Bend County for giving her this opportunity to serve.
Licenses and Admissions Supreme Court of Texas
Southern District of Texas
Memberships: State Bar of Texas
Fort Bend Bar Association
County and District Clerks Association of Texas
National Association of Court Management