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Dean H. Stewart

Executive Director of the Center for Exceptional Leadership

B.B.A, St. Norbert College
MBA, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Ed.D., University of Wisconsin - Stout

Dean Stewart serves as the executive director of the Center for Exceptional Leadership in the Schneider School of Business & Economics. He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from St. Norbert College with a minor in history; his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh; and his Doctor of Education from the University of Wisconsin - Stout. His dissertation was entitled “The Impact of Short-Term Credentials: An Analysis of a Technical College Customer Service Certificate Program.” This qualitative, phenomenological study explored the impact of short-term certificates on adult completers future employment and educational opportunities.

Stewart’s career has spanned both the public and private sector. Beginning in sales and marketing, his path led him into operations and ultimately a number of senior leadership positions with organizations in industries as diverse as information technology, building materials, renewables and higher education.

He has served as a strategic leadership consultant to organizations such as the Green Bay Packers, the Wisconsin Builders Association, Marion Body Works, Oral Health Partnership, Options for Independent Living, the Green Bay Area Catholic Education system, Insight Creative and the Brown County Home Builders Association.

Stewart has served on the boards and been involved with the Green Bay Area Boys and Girls Club, Brown County Habitat for Humanity, the Bay Area Workforce Development Board, Northeast Wisconsin Regional Economic Planners Association, NEW North – Global Business Committee, Brown County United Way Basic Needs and Self Sufficiency Impact Council, Northeast Wisconsin Manufacturing Alliance and is a volunteer at St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter in Green Bay.

A native of Arlington Heights, Ill., Stewart has significant ties to the St. Norbert community. He met and married his wife Anne (Calawerts) on campus, and together they have four children, three of whom have attended or are attending the college, and a son-in-law who is also a graduate of the college.

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