Grant Stewart presently serves as Manager at Cambria Solutions, Inc. in Sacramento, California. He has worked for the consulting company since 2010, overseeing large-scale project management in the financial, transportation, and health care industries. A 10-year veteran of project management, Grant Stewart has taken advantage of his location in Sacramento to consult for a number of California government agencies. His work includes projects completed for California's Department of Health Care Services, Department of Finance, and Department of Transportation.
Before joining Cambria Solutions, Grant Stewart held management positions with several other consulting firms. From 2009 to 2010, he worked as a Senior Manager for Trinity Technology Group. While contributing to the overall development of the firm, Mr. Stewart completed two projects for the California Department of Health Care Services. He has also worked at Deloitte Consulting, where he assisted clients including the U.S. Department of Defense, Denmat Corporation, Southern California Edison, Intel, and ST Microelectronics. In addition to his consulting work, Mr. Stewart served as an analyst for both the County of Sacramento and equipment provider Applied Materials.
Grant Stewart prepared for his career at Humboldt State University, where he garnered several awards. On his way to earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Finance, Mr. Stewart won a business plan competition, was nominated for Business Student of the Year, and played soccer for two years. He has since completed coursework at the Project Management Institute, and since 2009, he has held certification as a Project Management Professional.
Outside of his career, Grant Stewart makes spending time with his three sons a top priority. He supports them in all of their sporting activities and spends time recreating with them year-round. In the summer, Mr. Stewart and his family often go boating and wakeboarding in Discovery Bay, while in the winter they travel to Lake Tahoe for snow sports.