About Amy Holton Stewart

In 2021, Amy Holton Stewart was selected by the Metro Council to represent the people of Auburndale, Pleasure Ridge Park, Parkridge, Prairie Village, Valley Station, and Waverly Hills.

She currently serves on the Labor, Economic and Contracts Committee. She is also a member of the Government Oversight and Audit Committee and the Committee on Equity and Inclusion.

She considers Louisville her home, more specifically, Southwest Jefferson County. She lives in the Prairie Village area with her husband Mark and has raised a son and daughter and recently became a grandmother for the first time.

In addition to living in this area, she has spent most of her working career serving families in Southwest Louisville. As a Family Resource and Youth Service Center Coordinator for both a high school and an elementary school with JCPS for two decades, she worked with youth of all ages and their families to remove barriers to successful learning. Home visits were often used to connect with families.

As the Councilwoman for the 25th District for Louisville Metro Council, she aspires to represent her neighbors, district residents and businesses both professionally and passionately while keeping Louisville’s well-being at the top of her priorities. It is important to her to continually seek opportunities that create economic growth, safe communities, racial equity, healthy families, and government transparency. Through collaboration, the Councilwoman believes she can make positive change by bringing new ideas to the table and listening to others. Communicating with constituents and being their voice is essential for successful representation.


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