Born and raised in Bismarck, North Dakota, Ms. Stewart has called many places home. After earning her Bachelor of Music in Education degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she went on to teach general music, choir, and band in public and private schools in Wisconsin, Northern Virginia, and Texas.
Ms. Stewart recently earned a Masters of Music Education Degree from Northwestern University with special concentrations in voice and choral conducting. While at Northwestern, Ms. Stewart conducted the AMASE Community Choir, where she utilized her training and passion for teaching participants with special learning needs. Ms. Stewart believes that music is a powerful force that unites people of diverse backgrounds and abilities. She currently serves on CEMA, a school board advisory committee that addresses issues of equity and minority achievement for District 102.
Ms. Stewart started with CCC in the Fall of 2018 and conducts the Off The Street Club Choir and In-School Choir Programs in 11 Chicago Public Schools. In her spare time, Ms. Stewart loves exploring Chicago with her husband and two girls. She is thrilled to be a part of the world-renowned Chicago Children’s Choir family and the mission to change lives through music!