Kerri Stewart

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Senior Vice President, Infinity Global Solutions

Kerri Stewart joined Infinity Global Solutions (IGS) in September 2011 as Senior Vice President. Drawing on her extensive experience in both the public and private sectors, she focuses on assisting clients in the areas of government privatization, public infrastructure and general government relations.

Prior to joining IGS, Ms. Stewart served as the Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Jacksonville/Duval County, Fla., under Mayors John Peyton and Alvin Brown. In this role, she oversaw day-to-day government operations for the city, including directing a nearly 5,000-member workforce and managing the $1 billion municipal budget and $164 million annual capital improvement plan.

During her tenure with the City of Jacksonville, Ms. Stewart led several successful privatization studies and implementations. These included the outsourcing of certain technology services that saved the city an estimated $300,000. In addition to IT, Kerri encouraged privatization efforts in areas like solid waste, building inspection and facilities maintenance departments. She has shared her experiences in this area at a variety of conferences and other professional venues.

During her years of public service, Ms. Stewart also served as director of the city’s Housing and Neighborhoods Department, created the Office of Operational Efficiency (which later became the Inspector General’s Office), and served as a Policy Advisor to Mayor Peyton.

Prior to joining the City of Jacksonville, Ms. Stewart worked as a Program Manager for Alltel Information Systems in Leeds, UK and Jacksonville, Fla. She was a part of the program management team that worked for two years to migrate Bradford and Bingley Building Society’s mortgage processing software to Alltel’s solution.

Ms. Stewart graduated from the University of North Florida’s Coggin School of Business with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, double-majoring in Marketing and Management.