MCESC Workforce Director Bryan Stewart was among the list of 43 Fellows for the Leadership Ohio Class of 2022.
Stewart is a native of Dayton, Ohio where he serves as Workforce Director at the Montgomery County Educational Service Center. In this role, he manages their Business Advisory Council in coordination with major industry partners and 23 nearby school districts. The MCESC BAC program recently received a 3-star designation from the Ohio Department of Education.
Previously, Stewart served as a Legislative Aide in the Dayton City Commission Office. In this role, he founded The Longest Table Dayton which held over 20 community meals bringing thousands of people together to break bread and discuss Dayton’s future. Stewart also founded Project Rebound which built a basketball court in West Dayton through a series of public and private partnerships in hopes of designing a space similar to NYC’s Rucker Park for young people to find safe haven and develop their skills.
Stewart holds a master's degree in public administration from the University of Dayton and a bachelor's in diplomacy and global politics from Miami University. He also serves as a board member for Welcome Dayton, the Boys & Girls Club of Dayton, and is an avid Cincinnati Bengals fan.