Sacramento's Innovation Chief, Louis Stewart, Moving to Private Sector
Stewart brought his efforts to bear in various aspects of new and emerging technology — autonomous vehicle testing, expansion of 5G telecommunications technology in Sacramento, subscription-based ride hailing, cybersecurity, digital license plates, and bus-based Wi-Fi, among others. He also serves as a mentor to many and as an advocate for industry and academia.
Sacramento Chief Innovation Officer Louis Stewart has announced that he’s leaving his role with the city, effective Sept. 7.
Stewart was appointed as chief innovation officer (CIO) in May 2017, shortly after Mayor Darrell Steinberg initiated a reorganization of the Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
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