Bryant M. Stewart – Bowie State University
Class of 2010 B.S., 2016 EMBA | Political Science | Field or Industry: Telecommunications
Bryant M. Stewart is a Lead Product Marketing Manager in the Business Marketing segment of AT&T. Bryant has been with AT&T since 2010, where he has been in multiple roles including Technical Sales, Business Development and Product Marketing. Bryant began his career with AT&T through the Business Sales Leadership Development Program. Throughout his career he has been a champion of diversity and performance. He is a founding member and an Officer of a 501(c)3 non profit known as oxyGEN, Inc. oxyGEN is dedicated to the attraction, development, and retention of young professionals in the workplace. Over the past 3 years oxyGEN has grown to over 15,000 members across 27 cities in the United States and was recently ranked #9 on the Nation’s Top 25 Employee Resource Groups and Diversity Councils. With a passion for equality in the workplace, Bryant has also been published in the Huffington Post for his thought leadership on the encouragement of Women in STEM.
Bryant has been recognized as a leader within AT&T as well as within his community. He has been inducted into the AT&T Business Sales Development Executive Leadership Circle. He volunteers as a mentor to countless young professionals within AT&T and youth within New York City. As an undergraduate Bryant served as Chapter President of the Delta Mu Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. before becoming Mr. Bowie State University. As Mr. Bowie State, Bryant competed for the title of Mr. Historically Black Colleges and Universities and placed as a finalist. Since receiving his Bachelor’s in Political Science in 2010, Bryant has lived in Atlanta, Connecticut, Washington DC, and now New York City. Bryant currently attends the City University of New York at Baruch College, where he is pursuing his Executive MBA. In his spare time he enjoys traveling, reading and collecting the newest tech gadgets. Be sure to follow his many “moves”
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