Anna M. Stewart
LightStream Consulting Group
Anna Stewart is a passionate leader who bridges over two decades of experience with prominent public health organizations using evidence-based approaches to address crucial health crises in our nation. As a first generation American and cancer survivor, Ms. Stewart provides a unique perspective and understanding of the challenges faced by underserved communities. She is committed to implementing bold and highly effective public health initiatives, directing resources that proportionately address disparate communities, and creating transformational solutions that enrich the public’s knowledge of dire health issues with the goal of saving lives. Ms. Stewart helped manage the start-up and later development efforts for the nation’s largest public health foundation dedicated to tobacco prevention and cessation, the American “Legacy” Foundation (currently the Truth Initiative).
Following her tenure at Legacy, Ms. Stewart served as the Senior Director for Development at the Cancer Support Community (CSC) – the largest worldwide provider of free psychosocial and emotional support for cancer patients and their families.
Ms. Stewart holds an MBA with a focus on strategy and organizational behavior from George Washington University, received a BS in Business Management and Marketing from George Mason University, and completed the McDonough School of Business, Global Social Enterprise Initiative Executive Program at Georgetown University. She lives outside of Washington, DC with her husband and two daughters.