Mr. Fabian Stewart


Mr. Fabian Stewart was introduced to field hockey in 1983 and served across a broad spectrum of the sport. Professionally, Mr. Stewart has more than eighteen (18) years’ experience at the senior level in business development and operational management. His career spanned engagements at JAMPRO; the High Commission of Canada; FIMI Investment Jamaica Ltd (FIMI Group); ASAPH Promotion and Distribution Ltd and private consultancies.

An avid sports enthusiast, Mr. Stewart was a national junior and senior field hockey representative, as well as, a coach serving at the national, club and college levels. Mr. Stewart is a past student of Kingston College where he holds the distinction of few people to have represented the senior national team while at High School. Over his playing and coaching career, Mr. Stewart has obtained several awards, such as Most Valuable Player (MVP), Most Outstanding Player (MOP) and leading goal scorer from several local leagues and tournaments. He has also received awards for excellence and outstanding performances in field hockey from Kingston College and the University of the West Indies. He was the University of the West Indies (UWI) Sports Man of the Year 1994; UWI Games Committee Chairman and Captain for the successful Mona Contingent to St. Augustine Inter Campus Games (T&T). Mr. Stewart was a co-founder of the Revolution Hockey Club and the PHAT THURSDAYZ Fraternity; and Captain of the Jamaica senior national team to the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Championships in Caracas Venezuela in 1998. Mr. Stewart also served on the coaching staff (1996 – 99) of the Jamaica Women’s National Hockey Team and served as Player/ Coach for KCOB; Revolution; and the UWI.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography with Economics from the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica and a Master’s degree in Business Administration in Finance from Manchester Business School, UK. He has a keen interest in socio-economics, business, as well as, global affairs. Mr. Stewart is married to Rose Lemonius-Stewart and has one child, Diallo Stewart.