Committed to helping others with psychological and behavioral challenges, Selester Stewart is the president and CEO of Georgia Health Partners. He began his academic career at Johnson C. Smith University, which he attended on a full scholarship with a focus on psychology. While completing his undergraduate degree, Selester Stewart worked to enrich the lives of others as a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity and the student judiciary board. Possessing a special interest in juvenile delinquency, Stewart went on to complete the criminal justice program at North Carolina Central University, graduating magna cum laude. He later attended the Shaw University Divinity School and Drew Theological School, where he earned master and doctorate degrees, respectively.
In 2007, he founded Georgia Health Partners, a private clinic that provides counseling and intervention services throughout the Atlanta metro area. In addition to his professional pursuits, he is an active supporter of the American Heart Association, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the Bishop Selester Stewart Sr. Foundation.
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