Former Atlanta resident, Stacey Davis Stewart, has been named president of the United Way USA.
Stewart is in a newly-created position that reflects the United Way Worldwide’s commitment to its network in the United States. Her appointment is effective Oct. 15.
Previously, Stewart was an executive vice president at United Way Worldwide and chief diversity officer and senior vice president for the office of community and charitable giving for Fannie Mae.
In 2009, the United Way of America joined with United Way International to create the United Way Worldwide.
Stewart earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Georgetown University and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Michigan.
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