Born and raised in Northwest Atlanta, Stacey Stewart is the first female African-American president of March of Dimes and the fifth president in almost an 80-year history. “I succeed another woman that did run the organization for a very long time, but it’s really profound to be the first person of…
Thank you Beyoncé for recognizing our leader Stacey D. Stewart, President of the March of Dimes Foundation. As the first female African-American president of March of Dimes and the 5th president in nearly 80 years, she is truly making history while being the leading champion for the health of moms and babies. We are so proud!
Keep up the good work on sharing the women making history movement. I enjoyed the read about Ms. Stewart. It shows us that you don't have to be a celebrity or rich to do good and #BeyGood. I applaud you and your staff.
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Sorry been really busy wowing audiences and worrying about my dad back in hospital he is OK now but just getting ready to rock & roll at the Tribute Awards in Leciester today the Ali goes to Australia seems like it's all systems go and nothing is ready