Commissioner Amanda M. Stewart, M. Ed. (District 3) is a 30-year Charles County resident. A graduate of Thomas Stone High School in Waldorf, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and a Master’s in Education, Administration, and Supervision from Bowie State University. Additionally, Commissioner Stewart has earned the Maryland Administrative I certification and an Advanced Professional Certificate.
Commissioner Stewart was elected to the Charles County Board of Commissioners in 2014, and is currently serving her first term. With more than 15 years of experience in the education field, Commissioner Stewart is currently a science teacher in Prince George’s County. She co-founded Reach One Touch One, Inc., a non-profit organization focused on empowering people with personal growth skills, educational tools, and wellness services. Along with her husband, she co-owns a small business, Patrell’s Cleaning Solutions. Commissioner Stewart is a member of the National Education Association, Maryland State Education Association, Prince George’s County Education Association, and the National Alternative Education Association.
Commissioner Stewart is active in her community, a member of National Association for the Advancement Colored People, and the Charles County Chamber of Commerce. At the start of her term as a Commissioner, she was appointed to the Charles County Public Library Board of Trustees, and joined the Smart Growth America Local Leaders Council, Maryland Chapter. Commissioner Stewart is the County Commissioner representative on the Charles County Department of Social Services board.