Stewart Mader is connecting people. He is leading the digital transformation of Fitch Ratings, created a digital and social media strategy for CFA Institute to engage a growing, global community, and helped Atlassian grow from a small startup in Australia to a worldwide leader in software tools for teams. He is the author of Wikipatterns, a handbook for guiding adoption of new technology. Earlier in his career, he developed digital teaching tools, including Skysight, a documentary film on the SOFIA space telescope sponsored by NASA.

He is leading the campaign for a New York & New Jersey Subway Map to provide a better user experience for transit customers, and he co-founded the PATH Riders Council, the officially-recognized advisory group for the subway connecting New York & New Jersey. Stories Above New York, his urban photography project to capture the cityscape from elevated perches, received widespread media coverage in Brick Underground, CityLab, Curbed NY, Gizmodo, Next City, Spacing Atlantic, Untapped Cities, the Wall Street Journal, and NPR affiliate WFUV Radio.

He holds an MS in Curriculum Development and Instructional Technology from University at Albany, and a BS in Chemistry, Magna Cum Laude, from University of Hartford.

Should NJ Appear on the NYC Subway Map?

See what riders at the Fulton Street subway station had to say about the proposed Subway NY NJ map.

Posted by Subway NY NJ on Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Stewart interviews transit riders about the New York & New Jersey Subway Map.

Stewart is interviewed by Renato Geremicca at Forum delle Risorse Umane in Milan, Italy on the digital transformation of Fitch Ratings.