Stuart is one of the Managing Partners of Kensinger Donnelly, responsible for strategic planning, investments, financing, investor relations, and tax and estate planning. Stuart started with the predecessor company in 1995 before creating Kensinger Donnelly in 2004. Prior to working in his current capacity, Stuart worked for Wells Fargo Bank as a real estate loan workout specialist and portfolio manager of Owned Real Estate (ORE).
Stuart received his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin in 1988 with a concentration in Real Estate and Accounting and a BA in English Literature from Yale University in 1986.
Stuart serves currently as a board member, Treasurer, and Founding Director of Jerusalem Peacebuilders, an international interfaith peace education organization. He serves on the board and as Finance Committee Chair of the Berkeley Divinity School, the Episcopal Seminary at Yale Divinity School. He also serves on the boards of Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone 1 for the City of Houston, Camp Allen (part of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas), and The H. Boone and Violet M. Porter Charitable Foundation. Stuart served for over a decade on the board of Project Row Houses and in multiple capacities including Vestry and Senior Warden at Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church where he is still very active.
Stuart is married to Angela Webb Kensinger, and together they have a son, Philip.