Scott L. Steward
Consultant, Project Manager, and Small Business Owner in Chicago, Illinois
Scott L. Steward is the Founder of Project Tech Teens, a mobile app foundry dedicated to teaching youth in how to code and build profitable businesses. Scott is also the CEO of Break Bread Marketing & Media, a multimedia production company and marketing consulting firm, and a Master Certified Teacher of Entrepreneurship by the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE).
Scott is dedicated to helping students realize and achieve their dreams. Through his more than 17 years of corporate marketing and business experience, Scott ignites the dreams of students by pouring belief into their minds and optimism in their souls. His passion and determination enables him to create an unprecedented connection with his students, who have turned into young entrepreneurs under his tutelage.
Scott L. Steward, a 18-time award-winning teacher of entrepreneurship, expertise is frequently sought after by various publications. A contributing writer for Chicago's N'DIGO Magapaper, he provides tips on entrepreneurial ventures and suggestions for emerging entrepreneurs. In addition, Scott authored "From the Block to the Boardroom: a Book of Stewism's", a self help book for aspiring professionals. Scott also authored a business plan that is featured in the book, "Make $1,000 in 35 Days" and is a contributor to the textbook, "Entrepreneurship: Owning Your FUTURE 11th Edition", (Pearson, Prentice Hall). Known as the "force" behind a student's limitless future, Scott empowers students to become CEOs of their own businesses and lives, and to create wealth on their own terms. A business owner, educator, entrepreneurial expert, husband and father of three, he knows firsthand the enjoyable, and not so enjoyable, aspects of entrepreneurship.
Scott earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Columbia College in Chicago and a Masters of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications from Roosevelt University.