Stewart was no stranger to travel growing up; her parents were both in the foreign service, and by the age of 18, she had already been to more than 30 countries. Today, she serves as the regional director for Butterfield & Robinson's Western Europe division, developing both group and individual trips that steer travelers to new experiences. She can arrange meetings with winemakers, oyster tastings, art classes, and more. Stewart is especially attuned to matching clients with their passions, like a Michelin-starred meal or a bike tour through the French countryside that featured tastings and dinners with internationally-acclaimed wine experts and visits to some of the country’s most charming small villages.
On a recent trip through London, Stewart crafted an itinerary in partnership with the College of William & Mary that focused on the university’s founders, King William III and Queen Mary II. Highlights included exclusive access to sites and experiences, like visits to Windsor Castle and the Royal Library, the Queen’s Chapel at St. James Palace, Hampton Court Palace, and a private black-tie dinner at Kensington Palace — with accomodations at the famed Brown’s Hotel in Mayfair.