Stuart started his career with a four-year-tour in the United States Marine Corps as an infantry officer culminating in a strategic battalion position during Operation Desert Storm. Upon departing the Marine Corps as a decorated combat veteran, he embarked on a five-year sales and operations opportunity with consumer products giant Newell-Rubbermaid Corporation, and concurrently earned his MBA from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. In 1998, Stuart was recruited by Bank Boston Ventures to work with one of its portfolio companies, Langston Corporation, where he managed 500 employees and developed sales budgets in excess of $75 million. Experiencing the unsustainable cost impact of healthcare on a self-insured employer led Stuart into the healthcare field with a vision to assist employers in managing all costs associated with employee health and safety. In 2001 Stuart started a corporate wellness company working with large employers across the country developing invaluable insight into health engagement strategies for employees and dependents. Seeing the opportunity to assist Academic Medical Centers in developing new revenue streams in the wellness and health management field led Stuart to lead the sales and business development efforts for Johns Hopkins HealthCare Solutions whose mission is to bring faculty-inspired discoveries to the large employer market. Stuart speaks nationally at various large employer conferences in the areas of chronic condition management and on-site employer clinics. Stuart completed his MBA from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, and has a BA from the University of Virginia.