Born in the small town of Gray Court, South Carolina and raised in Greenville, Trey Walk is a rising junior at Duke University studying history with a concentration on Human Rights and Social Movements. Trey is interested how policies lead to structural inequality and how society- institutions and everyday people- responds to these inequalities. He is involved with Community Empowerment Fund, a nonprofit in Durham and Chapel Hill that works to combat homelessness and poverty. He is also involved with several organizations on campus at Duke. Trey loves music, dance, literature, film, and theatre and has recently become more interested in how art is used to heal, provoke, and inspire social change. Eventually, Trey would like to get a J.D. and an M.P.P. to enter into public service.
Updated May 2017
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Senior Fellow Trey Walk joins the Board of Trustees at Duke University
Senior Fellow Trey Walk was named a new member of the Board of Trustees at Duke University. The board is responsible for the school's educational mission and fiscal policies.
Thank you to our 2018 US Review and Admissions Committees
John Lewis Fellows Reflective Essays 2017
Assuming the Voice of the Georgia Governor in 1960, The 2017 John Lewis Fellows Respond to an Appeal for Human Rights
Fellows' Collective Critiques of the 2017 Appeal for Human Rights