Carey C. Shuart
Carey Chenoweth Shuart, a Houston native, is a Partner in Shuart Farms at Eagle Lake, TX. Ms. Shuart is a Patron of the Women’s Studies Program, as well as Co-Founder of the Women’s Archive and Research Center (WARC) at the University of Houston. She founded and served as President of the Friends of Women's Studies Advisory Board for a number of years, and was awarded the Chair’s Award from the University of Houston Alumni Association for her many volunteer contributions to the University.
Additionally, Ms. Shuart was a member of Governor Ann Richards’ Leadership Council, a Board Member and Houston Representative of the Texas Arts Alliance, and has had several roles with the Junior League of Houston, the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Texas, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
Ms. Shuart has received numerous personal awards and awards on behalf of organizations including the outstanding Alumni Award at St. John’s School (Houston); the first annual National Tupperware Award for Excellence in a School Volunteer Program as the Chair of the HISD Kindergarten Screening; the Council for Advancement & Support of Education Special Events Award as the Chair of a Fundraising Event at St. John’s School. Ms. Shuart is recognized in Who’s Who in American Women, Who’s Who in America, and Who’s Who in the World.