Greg Stewart is a behavioral and public health educator who has been working with underserved communities for over twenty years. Through his years working, he has worked a variety of positions that have allowed him to work with marginalized populations such as at-risk youth and various minority groups. As an advocate, he strived to cultivate positive relationships with community members as well as community organizations.
While working with the Cabarrus Health Alliance as a community engagement specialist, he has developed and implemented workshops and classes focused on physical activity, nutrition, and stress management. He has also co-facilitated the start-up of the Exercise is Medicine Prescription Program and has mobilized volunteers to participate in the Healthy Lives Healthy Future program. Currently, he co-facilitates Lifestyle Medicine and Living Healthy with Chronic Disease workshops with the Community Free Clinic in Cabarrus County. These workshops provide knowledge and skills for those interested in adopting a healthier lifestyle.
Greg Stewart also collaborates with North Carolina Central University as a community health liaison for Cabarrus County. As a community facilitator for the ACCORD project, his role involves engaging underserved areas, disseminating testing materials and encouraging underserved communities to participate in COVID19 testing services.
Greg Stewart is passionate about bridging the gap between community organizations and historically underserved communities in order to improve health disparities. As an educator, he has been successful at implementing behavioral health and community health education services through counseling, social work and outreach activities.