Stuart brings over 20 years’ experience of management in resorts and country club communities in Florida to his role as your Community Manager. He moved to Austin in 2013 to serve as General Manager at a luxury high-rise condominium in the downtown area.
Stuart grew up in the NE suburbs of London. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Keele, and taught geography and physical education before moving to the U.S. to continue his studies. He holds a master’s degree from Florida State University, and is also certified as a Licensed Community Association Manager (Florida), a Certified Club Manager, and a Certified Chief Executive (by the Club Manager’s Association of America).
Stuart is married to his wife, Ann Marie, and they have two four-legged canine children, Finnegan and Yogi. When not working they like traveling, golfing, hiking, skiing, biking, dining out, and listening to live music. They have recently become season ticket holders for Austin FC, continuing Stuart’s love of soccer, though he calls it football! Stuart is a big believer in giving back by volunteering and has given his time over the years to dog rescue, marine life rehabilitation and education, and since moving to Austin to the Central Texas Food Bank.
Favorite Food: Pizza
Favorite Local Restaurant: Via 313
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