Life Coach and CEO of Georgia Health Partners

Certified as a crisis prevention intervention trainer, Selester Stewart is a longtime health care executive who guides Georgia Health Partners as CEO. His firm offers a full range of services designed to ensure that people receive quality nursing, medical, and behavioral health assistance in the places they live and work. Selester Stewart is closely involved with his local community and holds a doctor of ministry from Drew University in church and community development. He also maintains certification as a life coach and focuses in particular on helping African American men deal with life stressors. He provides a creative, empowering pathway toward managing and overcoming persistent behavioral issues.

Mr. Stewart played football in high school and college and stays involved in the sport through coaching little league football. He further supports the community by contributing to the American Heart Association and Summit School and by playing an active role with the Bishop Selester Stewart Sr. Foundation. An avid reader, Mr. Stewart particularly enjoyed Twelve Years a Slave and The Great Gillespie, which is about innovative jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie.