Marvin L. Stewart served as human resources manager for UPS in Philadelphia, where he worked for more than 20 years.
At UPS, Stewart was responsible for the company’s community relations for the Metro Philadelphia District, including the “Neighbor to Neighbor Program,” through which nearly 10,000 employees organize food drives, mentor youth, and improve impoverished communities.
He chaired the company’s annual United Way campaigns, which raised more than $1 million annually over the past six years.
Stewart is an ordained deacon at Saint Paul’s Baptist Church in West Chester, Pa., and has volunteered to assist victims of hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and at the Annie E. Casey Foundation in Baltimore.
He earned master’s degrees from Eastern University and West Virginia University, and a bachelor’s degree from Fairmont State University in West Virginia.
His son, Matthew, graduated from Cabrini in 2012.