Angie Stewart, Trainer and Facilitator
Angie is a passionate and enthusiastic trainer, coach, and facilitator. Angie’s curiosity and commitment to understand the human experience have led her to projects across the world, from Senegal to Mexico. Angie is a champion of positive culture change who leads with a dynamic spirit and contagious, inspirational energy. Her comprehensive training programs, workshops, and coaching modules celebrate and support leadership; diversity, equity, & inclusion; team building; communication; and training trainers.
Angie’s diverse background includes curriculum development for an inner-city non-profit in Chicago with a focus on mentoring, leadership training, and program development. She also served as the Creative Director for a data protection software development company, leading and directing a team of designers, artists, copywriters, sales teams, and marketers to create and execute the company’s vision. As an Instructional Designer for the University of Michigan’s Shared Services Center, Angie developed, designed, and led a comprehensive training program for all new employees. Most recently, she designed a three-year learning track for leadership associates at the Center, teaching, training, and coaching customer service, data analysis, building relationships, team communications, learning culture, Lean practices, and project management.
Angie is an avid photographer, writer, runner, and lover of life. Her personal philosophy is driven by a penchant for lifelong learning, unapologetic authenticity, empowerment, and personal responsibility, and her focus and drive are counterbalanced by her witty sense of humor. Angie’s savvy, engaging style of training and coaching promotes and encourages progressive, actionable, tangible growth.
Angie has a Bachelor of Arts in Intercultural Studies from Moody Bible Institute (1984-1987).