Edgerton Hospital Names New Board of Trustees Member

Edgerton Hospital and Health Services is excited to announce its newest Board of Trustees member, Andrew Walker. The hospital’s Board is a diverse group of 12 individuals who, along with the hospital administration team, provide high-level leadership to all areas of hospital operations.

Walker has made a career as an operator and investor in industries ranging from software to manufacturing. Currently, he serves as a partner at Rock River Capital Partners where he invests in disrupted technologies in the Midwest, as well as President of IKI Manufacturing, which he and his wife Megan run together as the third generation of family ownership and management. He received his B.S. in Computer Science from University of Wisconsin, M.E. from Stevens Institute of Technology and a MBA from Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management. Walker has always had a strong interest in local healthcare, and through his work with technical companies he has been able to dive deeper into the fiscal operations of hospitals. He believes that having a strong local hospital is vital to the community. When not working or volunteering his time, Walker is a family man who enjoys watching his kids ride horses, dance, and play hockey, and sneaking in an occasional Badger game.

 “Edgerton Hospital’s Board of Trustees is honored to have Andy join our team of leaders,” said Cindi Swanson, Board Chair. “As the leader of one of Edgerton’s largest employers, we know that Andy will have valuable insight on how to manage the hospital in the best interest of our community,” said Swanson.