Walker Irving is an events consultant who has spent twelve years working in government, non-profit and private sector events. She has extensive experience in managing meetings, conferences, fly-ins and Capitol Hill visits for advocacy groups, lawmakers, and Fortune 500 corporations. She worked in Congress for seven years, for Senators Hillary Clinton and Mark Warner. Most recently, she served as the Director of Special Events for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum and served in the same capacity at the Campaign to Fix the Debt. She also worked on the congressional affairs team for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 Presidential Campaign.
- Coordinated all details of Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony with 40,000 fans and 50 Hall of Famers.
- Planned and executed numerous fly-ins and Capitol Hill visit days for Fortune 500 CEOs, advocacy groups, and others.
- Planned and executed The Dartmouth Summit, a three day event in Hanover, New Hampshire that brought together health care stakeholders to discuss hurdles facing the Medicare program
- Coordinated all aspects of schedules and logistics for two high profile Senators.
She holds a Bachelor’s of Political Science from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.