Executive Management, Business Strategy, Education and Public Policy, Talent Management, Community Engagement

 

Jass Stewart is the first minority to serve on the City Council and the first openly gay elected official in the City of Brockton, MA.

He retired in 2016 as a City Councilor at Large after serving three successful terms spearheading "good government" initiatives focused on reform, accountability, and innovation.

Jass is currently the Senior Strategist for Public Understanding and Engagement at the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. His work centers on agency communications and outreach involving statewide learning standards, curriculum and instruction, student assessments, and other high-priority initiatives.

Jass lives on the north side of Brockton where he first bought his home more than 15 years ago.

 
 

Experience

Jass Stewart has more than 17 years’ management experience in organizational leadership and relationship building with political, business, community, and education leaders.

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Big Bang!

With a broad cross section of community stakeholders, Jass Stewart is working on the start of something big in Brockton.

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