Alice Walton is the youngest of four children and the only daughter of Walmart founder Sam Walton. Unlike her brothers, she decided not to associate her life with the family empire and is not involved in the operational management of the family business. Alice founded her own investment bank, but soon closed the company and moved to a ranch in Texas, where she worked with horses for about 20 years.
For the past ten years, Alice Walton has focused on art curating. In 2011, the heiress of the Walmart founder opened the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in her hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas. Thanks to the inheritance she received from her parents, she was able to collect for the museum an impressive collection of works by such eminent artists as Andy Warhol, Mark Rothko and Norman Rockwell.
In 2021, Forbes estimated his fortune at $61800 million.