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Olivia Walton

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Olivia Walton

Founder and CEO, Ingeborg Investments
Olivia Walton

Olivia Walton is an advocate for the arts, women’s economic empowerment and maternal health in America’s Heartland. Olivia is the Chairperson of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and serves on the Momentary Council. She is also the founder and CEO of Ingeborg Investments, a venture-style fund that invests in female founders and fund managers.

In her personal philanthropy, Olivia focuses on improving maternal health outcomes in Arkansas, through Ingeborg Initiatives. She also serves on the national board of directors of Teach for America and Heartland Forward.

Olivia’s curiosity, interest in big ideas and desire to make a difference come from her years of experience as a journalist, when she worked as the Business Correspondent for NBC News and as an anchor for Bloomberg Television. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her master’s from the London School of Economics. Olivia lives in Bentonville, Arkansas with her husband, Tom, and their three children.