Carter Stewart is a Managing Director at the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, a venture philanthropy foundation focused on innovative, early-stage non-profits. He previously served as the United States Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio where he worked to raise awareness about the school to prison pipeline, chaired a working group of U.S. Attorneys focused on reducing racial disparities in the federal system, and chaired the Attorney General’s Child Exploitation Working Group. Throughout his legal career at DOJ and private law firms, Carter has focused his volunteer efforts on supporting children by serving as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for foster kids and as a board member on two KIPP charter schools. Prior to law school, Carter taught history at Friends Seminary High School in Manhattan.