Tom Stewart is a professional manager and business coach, with primary expertise in organizational design, program design, and operational strategy. Over the last decade, he has provided consultation to hundreds of organizations in a wide range of industries.
Tom is responsible for identifying and evaluating investment opportunities, structuring and negotiating transactions, managing due diligence, and working with portfolio company management teams to execute strategic growth initiatives. Tom’s efforts have resulted in nearly $25M in new client revenues, 500+ new jobs, and over $10M in external funding for his portfolio.
Tom currently manages portfolio and community relations at Quantum Medical Concepts, a pre-seed fund for medical startups. He also operates Michigan State University’s business accelerator, Conquer, in East Lansing. He was the winner of the Lansing Regional Chamber’s 10 Over the Next Ten award in 2010, was named MLive’s “Ones to Watch in 2013,” received the Young Alumni of the Year Award from Michigan State University in October 2015, and was inducted into the 4-H Emerald Clover Society in 2016.
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