Vaughnette Goode-Walker

Owner & Operator, Footprints of Savannah Walking Tour

Vaughnette Goode-Walker is currently the Director at the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum. In 2014, she conducted the research necessary to re- interpret the King-Tisdell Cottage, a Black History House Museum, in Savannah. Goode-Walker is the former director of Cultural Diversity of the Telfair Museums.She also worked as Assistant Curator of Education at the Telfair’s Owens-Thomas House to introduce the social history of its former inhabitants — white and black; men, women and children; free and enslaved.

Goode-Walker established the Footprints of Savannah Walking Tour Company, in 2009, to educate visitors and local residents about the rich and diverse history of Savannah. In 2019, she added The Black Starline Tour as a transportation component to the Walking Tour.