Steuart Walton is an American heir, attorney, pilot, businessman and philanthropist. Born into the billionaire Walton family , he is the founder of Game Composites, a composite aircraft manufacturer, and a director of Walmart , the world's largest company by revenue.
Steuart Walton was born circa 1982 in Bentonville, Arkansas .  He is the son of Lynne McNabb and Jim Walton , a former director of Walmart. His paternal grandfather, Sam Walton , was the founder of Walmart.
Since June 3, 2016, he has served on the board of directors of Walmart .
Walton serves on the board of the Walton Family Foundation .   Walton and his brother Tom, who both enjoy mountain biking , were influential in the foundation's US$15 million charitable contribution for the establishment of the Razorback Regional Greenway in 2015.  In 2016, they also played a role in the foundation's US$20,000 donation for the expansion of a garden at the Samaritan Community Center in Bentonville. 
Additionally, Walton serves on the boards of directors of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art , the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum , and the Leadership for Educational Equity.   He was a speaker at the 2016 Aspen Ideas Festival . 
In 2012, Walton donated US$299,500 to Keep Dollars in Benton County, an organization whose aim was to let retailers sell alcohol in Benton County, Arkansas .  Benton County is no longer a dry county .