Sam Walters is a semi-retired public safety and environmental health and safety professional and consultant with over 30 years of experience. He has extensive experience in both the environmental and emergency services fields with building organizations and working within government and the private sector.
Sam earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from McMurry University, a Master of Science in Government Leadership from Grand Canyon University, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Public Policy and Administration with a specialization in Homeland Security/Emergency Management Policy and Coordination from Walden University.
Sam is a retired fire chief, paramedic, and environmental health and safety professional with over 25 years of experience in public safety and the environmental field. He currently owns a consulting firm that specializes in assisting government agencies and private companies with government policies and operations in emergency management, security management, environmental policies, and occupational safety.
Helping Students Be Successful
Sam is dedicated to the education of professionals in government policies and operations with a focus on “real world” solutions. He helps students through the sometimes-complex world of government policies and regulations with a focus on helping them develop the tools to disseminate and build operational policy.