Kim Stewart is editor-in-chief of the award-winning NACS Magazine and editorial director of NACS and Fuels Market News Magazine. She joined NACS in March 2019 after 12 years as senior editor at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, where her favorite part of the job was test-driving cars with advanced driver assistance features. Stewart is a former editor and writer for The Wall Street Journal. She got her start in journalism as a sports intern for The Free Lance-Star in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and during her career has written about everything from crime to technology to self-driving vehicles.
Stewart holds a B.A. in English and Historic Preservation from the University of Mary Washington and has completed the NACS Women’s Leadership Program at the Yale School of Management and the NACS Executive Education Program at the Cornell Dyson School of Applied Economics & Management. She lives in Oakton, Virginia, with her husband, son and daughter. Besides 93 octane gasoline, her go-to c-store buys include CORE water, Mango Madness Snapple, SKOR bars and tamales.