May 1, 2023
Lewis Stewart, Jr., has joined the College of Community Health Sciences Board of Visitors. The College’s Alice McLean Stewart Endowed Lecture for Addiction Education is named in honor of his mother.
The CCHS Board of Visitors is a volunteer board made up of alumni, donors, community physicians, businesspeople and other friends and supporters of CCHS. The board meets biannually and advises the College on long-range planning, assists the College in securing financial resources and helps to develop opportunities for CCHS medical students and resident physicians.
Lewis Stewart is president of the Alabama Chapter of the National Association of Office and Industrial Parks and he serves on the Birmingham Board of Commercial Relations. He is also a member of the Board of Parkinson Association of Alabama.
Stewart earned his undergraduate degree from The University of Alabama in 1967 and graduated from the UA School of Law in 1969. He then began a commercial real estate career in Atlanta.
He moved to Birmingham in 1977 as vice president for Marketing and Development with Daniel Realty and later became president of Harbert Properties and a partner in three other commercial firms engaged in development, corporate representation, property management and investment partnerships.
The Alice McLean Stewart Endowed Lecture, funded with a gift by Alice McLean Stewart to the College, was established to develop an understanding and spread knowledge of alcoholism and other chemical abuse elements.