College of Health Professions
School of Health Sciences
Ph.D. Public Health
Dr. Stewart’s formal training is in public health research and practice in which she has held several positions with non-profit, educational and federal agencies over the past 20 years. Dr. Stewart served as a Director of Clinical and Social Services, at a nonprofit organization in Atlanta, GA. For the last 11 years Dr. Stewart has been employed with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as a Health Education Specialist and Senior Evaluator. At Walden University, she teaches doctoral capstone and research methods courses. Dr. Stewart has served on numerous doctoral student dissertation committees. Her public health practice and research experience has primarily focused on issues related to maternal and child health, disabilities/chronic conditions and community-based health. Dr. Stewart has taught classes on Adolescent Health, Health Policy, Cultural Issues in Health Promotion Population Health, Organizing Community Action for Health Education and Program Planning, Design and Evaluation.
PUBH 8200 - Organizing Community Action for Health Promotion
BA, University of Georgia
MPH, University of South Florida
PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham