Mrs. Armisha Walker-Harrison is a lifelong member of the CME Church. She is an active member of St. John CME Church in Spencer, Oklahoma, where she has served as Young Adult Ministry Parliamentarian, and is currently a member of the Gladys GoosbySedonia Walker Mission Circle, in addition to participating in the choir and other auxiliaries at her local church. Her Oklahoma City District service includes: Past Youth Ministry President, Past Young Adult Treasurer, Past Young Adult President and currently serving as the Oklahoma Region's Young Adult Director and Lay Ministry Assistant Secretary. Her Connectional service includes serving as the current Connectional Young Adult Ministry Director, Mission Coordinator for the National Youth and Young Adult Conference, member of the Connectional General Board, member of the Connectional Consolidated Conference Committee, member of the
Connectional General Board, member of the Connectional Consolidated Conference Committee, member of the Commission on Pan Methodism, as well as being the former Ninth Episcopal Representative to the Connectional Young Adult Executive Board.
Mrs. Armisha Walker-Harrison is the Executive Director for a behavioral health agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Additionally, she has obtained a Master's of Social Work and is a licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor where she provides counseling to children, adolescents, adults, and families. She recently served on the Governor's Interagency Council for Homelessness and the Coalition of the Needy, assisting committees with clinical aspects to Homeless Services.
She is also dedicated to Civic and Social Services and is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Mrs. Harrison has served in several capacities in this organization which include being Chairman and Co-Chairman for various committees, Sergeant at Arms, Secretary, First Vice-President, and President for two terms. Currently she serves as the Chapter’s Membership Chairman and the Mid-Western Region Protocol Chairman.
However, none of this would have been possible without the rich heritage and legacy of the late Rev. John P. and Mrs. Emma Walker, the late Persia Craig, Mrs. Lurlean Craig, and her dynamic parents, Rev. Anthony and Mrs. Earlean Walker, Sr.; they taught her to reach for greatness in all that she does. She has done exactly that, excelling within her professional career and in her marriage to Arthur J. Harrison and in directing their sons, Arthur, Jr. and Jawaun. Through trust and faith all of these things were made possible - To God be the Glory!