Group President, Beef, Pork and Chief Supply Chain Officer
Brady Stewart is responsible for our beef and pork business with a focus on innovation, technology, data analytics and commercial activities. As Chief Supply Chain Officer, Brady oversees the full end-to-end supply chain, including the center of expertise for Distribution, Manufacturing and Engineering, Digital Enablement, Procurement, Commodity Purchasing, Environment, Health & Safety and Food Safety, Quality & Assurance.
A member of Tyson Foods’ enterprise leadership team, he reports to President & CEO Donnie King.
Brady has more than two decades of experience in the protein industry. He joined Tyson Foods from Smithfield Foods where he served as chief operating officer. In that role, he led Smithfield’s business across its more than 500 company-owned farms and 46 production facilities in the U.S. and developed operating systems that aligned efforts across different segments of the business to drive efficiencies and optimize business activities and outcomes.
Prior to that, he held the role of chief manufacturing officer and was the executive vice president, U.S. Hog Production at Smithfield. Brady also worked at the Kansas City Sausage Company as chief operating officer, among other leadership roles.
Brady holds a Master of Science in Management, Strategy & Leadership from Michigan State University, and a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Systems Technology from Iowa State University.