Aimee Robb Harlow

Aimee Robb Harlow was born and raised in Norman, Oklahoma, and has lived in Oklahoma City with her husband David Harlow for over 30 years. They have two children, Kristina and William. Harlow recently retired from a 33-year career in high tech banking consulting and sales finishing with FIS Global Banking Solutions. She has spent more than 20 years supporting the community and volunteering for arts and education initiatives, serving on many boards, including Allied Arts, Oklahoma Contemporary, Oklahoma City Ballet, OCU Societies, and OU Honors College Board of Visitors, and is co-chair of the 2021 United Way Campaign. She is active in the Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club. She earned a BBA in Marketing from the University of Oklahoma.

Hall of Fame Inductee

Aimee Robb Harlow
was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in

Recent Publications


The Beaux Arts Ball: The First 75 Years

The Beaux Arts Society was created to support the Oklahoma Art Center, which is now known as the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Eleanor Kirkpatrick suggested an annual costume ball to raise funds and create publicity for the center. The first ball was held in 1946 and raised $2,480 to fund the construction of a new gallery.