Company: Governance Charter Academy
Location: Tallahassee, Florida, United States
Cyndy Reed Stewart, PhD, an educator at the Governance Charter Academy, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of education.
Hailing from over two decades of experience in the field of education, Dr. Stewart has distinguished herself as an educator at the Governance Charter Academy, an affiliate institution of Renaissance Charter Schools Inc. that offers classes for students through kindergarten to the eighth grade. In her capacity at the school, Dr. Stewart teaches fourth-grade coursework, and is driven to help bridge the gap between students in terms of ethnic and linguistic differences. Previously, she found success as an educator throughout the United States, earning particular distinction as the first Black assistant dean at the University of Cincinnati and the youngest Black consultant for the State Department of Iowa.
Dr. Stewart’s performance in the field has been largely propelled by her own academic efforts, during which time she studied at South Carolina State University and received a master’s degree. Following this accomplishment, she attained a doctorate in educational leadership from Iowa State University in 1983. Well-qualified in her field, she is also a certified special education teacher.
For her accomplishments, Dr. Stewart has been bestowed with numerous accolades, including nomination as a phenomenal woman by the University of Cincinnati. She has also been recognized for her unyielding faith and support on behalf of Black graduate students, and has been honored for her cultivation of the talents of emerging minority educators and administrators by the Teacher Leadership Consortium. Looking toward the future, Dr. Stewart hopes to pivot toward an adjunct faculty position at a college and begin teaching at a higher academic level.
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