Director, U.S. Health Services, Boston
Stewart Landers has been a senior consultant at JSI since 1994, focusing on HIV, substance abuse treatment, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender health, health care reform, and chronic disease. He has worked with several federal organizations including the Health Resources and Services Administration, HIV/AIDS Bureau. From 2007 to 2009, Stewart was as senior program director at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, where he oversaw a variety of programs on wellness, primary care, reproductive health, school health, and violence and injury prevention. He also developed Mass in Motion, the statewide effort to reduce overweight and obesity through exercise. Stewart is an associate editor of the American Journal of Public Health and has authored or co-authored many articles in peer-reviewed journals. He teaches evaluation of health services at the Tufts University Graduate Program in Public Health. Stewart received his BS and MA in city planning from MIT and a law degree from Harvard.