Tombi Stewart is a visual artist, a K-12 art~infused educator, a creative writer, and an agency represented fashion, commercial and print model. She models for local, national and international clients.
In her career as an educator, Stewart has created opportunities for students and their familes to win money for college, attend traveling Broadway plays, engage in workshops with actors and create artwork that resides in the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.
Stewart enjoys her work as an educator and as a model, as they both enable her to work with young women. Her goal is to help girls and women raise their self~esteem and self~resect and diminish society’s use of negative images that encourage disrespect and objectification.