Biography
Stewart SlipherMarketing Research

Stew Slipher arrives at the A.C. Nielsen Center after serving as a Captain of Field Artillery and Military Intelligence for six years in the United States Army. As a young officer, Stew stationed in Germany and deployed to Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, where he commanded a howitzer platoon of fifteen personnel in austere combat environments. Upon redeployment, Stew certified as a U.S. Army Jumpmaster and served as a leader in high tempo, no-notice missions across Europe for an airborne unit supporting the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Following service in Germany, Afghanistan, and Estonia, he transitioned into Military Intelligence. Stew then served as a Brigade Assistant Intelligence Officer, where he managed a team that analyzed mission factors of hostile threats, terrain, weather, civil considerations, and unit readiness to enable operational decisions for a commander of over 4200 Soldiers.

Stew grew up in New Berlin, Wisconsin and received Bachelor of Science degrees in German and International Relations from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. He thoroughly enjoyed applying his social science background to integrating with foreign cultures and orchestrating military operations around the world. Stew looks forward to applying his study at UW towards consulting and service to his local community. In his free time, Stew loves cycling, being outdoors, and travelling with his wife, Brittney.