In what Stewart calls the “first chapter” of his career, he was a longstanding, highly regarded educational leader who fostered relationships across the nation and around the world. An educator for over 40 years, Stewart has served as a university professor and K-12 teacher and leader, including as a public school superintendent for 21 years.
When he became chairman, president, and CEO of Moseley Architects in 2011, Stewart observed that “public service is in his DNA,” and that he wanted his “second chapter” to include opportunities to provide leadership to an entity serving the public interest. Joining Moseley Architects, with its significant presence in public sector facility design, makes that possible.
Stewart is located in our Richmond office and serves as chairman of the Board of Directors.