With over twenty years of experience in education, Dr. Stewart began her career as a high school English teacher. She has also served as an Assistant Principal and Principal. Most recently, she served as the Executive Director of K-8 Education and Federal Programs for Franklin County Schools.
“When the right people are in the right position, speaking a common language, and operating as an effective team, learning without limits happens at high rates of success. I welcome the opportunity to be an active team member toward the fulfillment of preparing college and career ready students in Edgecombe County,” said Stewart.
“As a transformational leader, I am focused on results now, as there is a moral imperative to ensure success for all students,” added Stewart.
Dr. Stewart is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Education. She also earned a Master of School Administration degree from East Carolina University and Doctorate in Education from Wingate University.
She recently received the Superintendent’s Outstanding Leadership Award for Franklin County and was the recipient of the National Association of Federal Education Program Administrators Leadership Award for outstanding service and dedication to children. In addition, she was previously Scotland High School’s Teacher of the Year and Hoke County’s Principal of the Year.