Lukas Walton Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth

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Lukas Tyler Walton US billionaire heir was born on September 19, 1986. He is a Sam Walton, the man who started Walmart, grandchild. He is the sole child of John T. Walton and his wife Christy Walton.

He was raised in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, as well as in National City, California. John T. Walton, his father, perished in a plane crash in 2005. Walton relocated to Jackson, Wyoming, with his mother after the passing of his father.

Walton was diagnosed with a rare kidney cancer when he was three years old. Walton’s mother credited a plant-based treatment from her garden with helping her son recover. He graduated in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in environmentally friendly business from Colorado College.

Later, he was employed by True North Venture Partners. According to the Forbes annual list of the world’s billionaires, Lukas Walton is placed 106th as of 2022. He was listed as the richest individual in Illinois as of September 2020.

He is married to Samantha Walton, who is described as co-president of the Builders Initiative, a Walton family foundation.

Lukas Walton Age

Lukas  Walton was born on September 19, 1986. He is 37 years old in 2023.

Lukas Walton Height

Luks Walton is 76 kg in weight and 1.75 meters tall.

Lukas Walton Education

After graduating from high school, he continued his education and enrolled in Colorado College. He attended Colorado College to study sustainable environmental business since he had always been interested in environmental studies.

In 2010 he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in environmentally sustainable.

Lukas Walton Family

Walton’s father was called John T. Walton and he perished in a plane crash in 2005. His mother’s name is Christy Walton. He is married to Samantha Walton.

Lukas Walton Children

Information gathered from the internet indicates that Walton does not have any children yet.

Lukas Walton Wife

Lucas Walton is married to Samantha Walton, who is described as co-president of the Builders Initiative, a Walton family foundation, along with him.

Lukas Walton’s Net worth

Lukas Walton received millions as an inheritance from his family’s business. He acquired a third of his father’s inheritance after his passing. By acquiring shares in the company run by his family, he has also become a billionaire. On the Forbes Billionaires list, he is now placed 127th.

Walton has an estimated net worth of $18 billion as of September 2023.

Lukas Walton Career

When Walton graduated he began working for True North Venture Partners, a venture capital firm. Michael J. Ahearn, who later rose to the position of managing partner, established the company.
‘JWMA,’ the investment company he had founded with Lukas’s father, John T. Walton, also has Michael as a former partner and president. Apart from “Walmart,” Lukas also has stock in organizations like “First Solar” and “Arvest Bank.”

He also serves as the head of the Walton Family Foundation’s “Environment Program Committee.”In 1987, the foundation was established. Sam and Helen Walton founded it as a result of their charitable interests. The organization primarily concentrates on quality-of-life initiatives in the Arkansas region, K–12 education reform, and freshwater and marine conservation.

Its main office is in Bentonville, Arkansas, and it also has offices in Denver, New Jersey, and Jersey City. The foundation gave its programs $535 million in grants. Since 2007, his humanitarian pursuits have resulted in donations totaling more than $2 billion.

Lukas wants to integrate innovative approaches from the business world into his committee as chair in order to aid the foundation in achieving its environmental objectives. He is an investor who supports raising global living standards without sacrificing the environment’s well-being.

Between 1998 and 2006, the foundation gave $17 million to John Brown University, $9 million to the College of Wooster, and $8 million to the Alliance for School Choice. The foundation also gave $15 million to the University of the Ozarks from 1998 to 2006 and $4 million to the University of California San Diego Foundation from 2003 to 2007. It contributed $53 million to the “Environmental Defense Fund” between 2004 and 2012.

The foundation gave $50 million to the “Children’s Scholarship Fund” from 2009 to 2013, and $90 million to the “Marine Conservation” from 2011 to 2013. The Walton family also founded the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas.

The foundation makes significant efforts to privatize the US public education system. It most recently provided $2.5 million to the ‘TRUE Northwest Arkansas’ program to raise living standards in the Arkansas region.

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