2018 WSHF inductee
Aubrey Walton is a 2004 graduate of Mohawk
High School. While at Mohawk, she was a four-year member and three-year
captain of the varsity softball team, and as a junior she led the team to
their first ever state championship in 2003.
her four years, she set an Ohio
state high school record for most consecutive wins by a pitcher, with a
record of 43-0. Later, she was named her one of Sports Illustrated’s
SI “Faces in the Crowd” in an August 2004 issue. As a senior, she earned
All-Ohio Division III second-team honors and for the second consecutive year
was named Midland Athletic League player of the year. Walton also was a
four-year member and three-year captain for the girls varsity basketball
team. She also ran cross country her senior year.
high school, Walton attended Purdue
University, where she majored in communications with an emphasis in public
relations and advertising, graduating a semester early in December 2007.
April 2008, Walton moved to Los Angeles, where
she worked for the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission. She
worked in event management and production on events such as the Grammy
Awards, NBA All-Star weekend, X-Games, Rose Bowl and BCS National
Championships, among many others. Walton also was heavily involved in the
West LA Team in Training Chapter, where she became a 10-time marathon runner
and coach while also raising over $20,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma
April 2014, she worked as a freelance event consultant for a company out of Dallas, Texas, that sent her on an international circuit
where she was able to travel to 11 countries in 11 months.
September 2015, Walton accepted a job with the National Football League and
moved to New York City,
where she currently resides. At the NFL, she is responsible for managing the
NFL's official event experience and hospitality company, NFL On Location
Experiences. She also leads and manages the long-term strategies and bid
processes for all major NFL events, including the NFL Draft and the Super