Ronald H. Walker is an American executive. He served in the administration of President Richard Nixon, first as the first Director of the White House Office of Presidential Advance, and then as Director of the National Park Service. Walker had been President Nixon’s special assistant responsible for both domestic and international travel. As such, Walker coordinated President Nixon’s groundbreaking voyage to the People’s Republic of China in February 1972.
Later, Walker went on to become a senior partner at Korn/Ferry International, President of the Richard Nixon Foundation, and is currently the Chairman of the Board of the Nixon Foundation.
Walker also served as an officer in the United States Army in Okinawa, Japan, and later became an insurance and marketing executive.