Eric Stewart is a certified Project Manager (PMP) with over 20 years of experience managing projects in information technology, healthcare, aerospace manufacturing, human resources and legal support services. He is also an ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt and has been working for a major healthcare organization for past the 7 years managing process improvement projects in corporate and operational settings. He has taught project management and lean six sigma course for Providence Health and Services and GE Healthcare and contributed to the curriculum for “PM Skills for Life”, a course for non-PMs sponsored by PMIEF (Project Management Institute Education Foundation).
Eric has been a life-long resident of Snohomish county and has attended Everett Community College, Edmonds Community College, Western Washington University and has an MBA from City University of Seattle.
Eric is the Program Chair for Healthcare Informatics at Bellevue College. He is also an instructor for the Everett Community College Corporate and Community Education Center and teaches classes for project management and process improvement. He has also taught for City University and at the American Red Cross. He has a passion for teaching and has experience in adult learning in academic, corporate and non-profit learning environments.