As co-founder and CEO of Walton Isaacson, an advertising and marketing agency, Aaron Walton has built the Los Angeles-based agency into a perennial player. It delivers exceptional results for A-list clients, including Lexus, American Airlines, Constellation, McDonald’s, Pepsi, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Amazon.
In a nutshell, high-profile entrepreneur, influencer, groundbreaker, and titan are just a few nouns that describe Walton, one of the nation’s top Black advertising executives.
Walton founded the firm in 2005 with Cory Isaacson and partnered with NBA legend and serial entrepreneur Earvin “Magic” Johnson. Isaacson left in 2019 to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors outside the agency’s business. Walton told BLACK ENTERPRISE that his firm is now billing over $100 million in revenue. Walton Isaacson previously ranked No. 1 on BLACK ENTERPRISE’s BE 100s list for advertising agencies.
Walton was honored for his work in New York after being introduced by Vinay Shahani, vice president of Lexus Marketing, into the 2023 American Advertising Federation (AAF) Hall of Fame. Shahani and Walton have worked closely together for the past 2½ years. Among seven new inductees in this year’s class, Walton joins elite, iconic, and legendary figures who have achieved the industry’s highest recognition.
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