Lucas Stewart – A Marketer With a Passion for Data Analytics
Lucas Stewart is an experienced marketing professional with a deep interest in data analytics software. He has held roles at Tableau and Datorama amongst others as product marketer.
He has performed as a jazz musician in many historic venues of DC, such as Bohemian Caverns. Additionally, he has pursued various artistic projects.
Early Life and Education
Lucas Stewart is an established speaker in data analytics. He has presented at many acclaimed events and companies such as Tableau and Datorama.
Stewart began learning alto saxophone at junior high and high school concert and marching bands, encouraged by his mother. Record shopping was where Stewart first encountered jazz, particularly Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue and Bitches Brew albums which encouraged his budding interest. Through crate digging and other sources he soon came across Chick Corea, Ornette Coleman and Sun Ra – three incredible musicians he would come to admire later.
Lucas, Kansas is recognized as the “Grassroots Art Capital of Kansas”, due to its long tradition of community engagement and home to Post Rock limestone homes and businesses. Furthermore, it features the World’s Largest Souvenir Travel Plate!
Lucas Stewart brings extensive business and marketing experience, having previously worked at Tableau Software and Datorama. He currently specializes in accessible analytics software to assist individuals in shaping their businesses, governments and lives using data-driven insights.
In 1966 he won the Tasman Series ahead of teammate Graham Hill in two-litre BRMs, racing closely against Jim Clark whose Lotus 39 was dogged by its ageing 2.5-litre Climax engine. Additionally he found success racing Formula 2, winning events at Karlskoga, Enna, Oulton Park and Albi in Tyrrell-entered Matra MS5 or MS7 cars entered by Tyrrell Racing.
In the 1970s, he worked as an ABC Sports color commentator covering CART IndyCar races before departing in 1986. Starting work for NBC Sports World later that same year, he stayed until mid-1990s.
Achievement and Honors
Stewart received the Myers Brothers Award from the National Motorsports Press Association to recognize early pioneers in stock car racing, as well as being honored as Driver of the Year by them.
At Dover during that same year’s Autism Speaks 400 race, Stewart and Kurt Busch were involved in a serious crash under caution. Stewart accidentally hit Busch’s vehicle before sending it spinning off track into the wall.
Stewart also clashed with an official during a race at Talladega, refusing to wear the required head-and-neck restraint and was fined and placed on probation following this incident.
Stewart purchased Eldora Speedway in New Weston, Ohio – known as “Auto Racing’s Showplace since 1954” – in 2004 and occasionally races there with ARCA and USAC midget car events.
Lucas Stewart boasts an extensive background in music industry. From playing electric or upright bass in nine bands; to concerts presented through Capital Bop and weekly radio show on WPFW Pacifica; as an Artist-in-Residence at Washington, DC art space Union Arts and Manufacturing; to regularly speaking about SEO, A/B testing, personalization and other topics related to digital marketing at local conferences – Lucas Stewart has done it all.
In the mid-1950s, he served as bookkeeper for Mattachine Society while also providing what was then called “lay counseling.” This involved working with individuals who came to them with issues pertaining to employment, housing, civil rights violations, legal matters, arrests and family matters; during an era in which San Francisco homosexual movements saw substantial expansion.
George Lucas has become one of the world’s wealthiest filmmakers thanks to the Star Wars franchise’s record box office performance and innovation in cinematic storytelling. By 2023, this iconic filmmaker had amassed an estimated worth of around $4.9 billion.
His groundbreaking film American Graffiti, an irreverent comedy-drama set against 1960s cruising culture, earned widespread acclaim and propelled him into multimillionaire status.
Racing talent was evident in his accomplishments in 1966 Rothmans 12 Hour International Sports Car Race driving John Mecom’s Lola T90-Ford Lola T90-Ford Lola. Unfortunately, mechanical failure prevented him from crossing the finish line on his inaugural attempt in Indianapolis 500 race. Additionally, his entrepreneurialism extended to automotive sector ownership where he owns two racing series and NASCAR team/series ownership.