Louis Stewart currently serves as the Deputy Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), where he oversees the coordination and promotion of innovative programs, activities, and emerging technologies throughout the state of California. At GO-Biz, Mr. Stewart manages a robust statewide innovation-based economic development support network of regional innovation clusters called the California Innovation Hubs (iHubs).
Prior to GO-Biz, Mr. Stewart served as the Deputy Director for the 2010 Census in the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, overseeing and directing the statewide new media outreach and county coordination for the U.S. Decennial Census 2010 in California. Before joining the Census 2010 effort, he was appointed to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) as Special Advisor to the Director. While at the DMV, he served as Assistant Deputy Director of Field Operations and had oversight of internal operations as well as oversight of the 168 Field Offices throughout the state. His last assignment at the DMV was as Public Affairs Officer where he oversaw special assignments. He also served as the Information Technology Director for Governor Schwarzenegger’s re-election campaign in 2006. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Santa Clara University.
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