George Stewart is one of Sound’s longest-tenured directors, having joined the board in July 2010. With more than four decades of experience as a certified public accountant, Stewart’s experience led him to join Sound’s Finance Committee where he helps with financial oversight, the organization’s budget and annual audits.
Currently semiretired, Stewart serves as the lead accountant for the Center for MultiCultural Health, an organization that promotes health and well-being in diverse communities through education, advocacy, disease prevention and immigrant and refugee services in Seattle. There, he combines two causes he is passionate about: accounting and healthcare. Stewart has also led audits for Tiny Tots Development Center and New Beginnings Christian Fellowship to help grow their respective organizations.
A longtime Seattle resident, serving his community is ingrained in Stewart’s life. He served as chair for the Weed and Seed program in Seattle’s Central District in the late 1990s. Stewart was also a member of the Electoral College in the presidential election in 1988.
Stewart holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and a Master of Business Administration from Seattle University.