|Chief Financial Officer|
|Stayart Law Offices, US|
About Beverly Stayart
Beverly Stayart earned her B.A. in English Literature at the University of Iowa. Beverly Stayart subsequently earned her M.B.A., majoring in finance and marketing, at the University of Chicago.
Career & Professional Life
For nearly two decades, Beverly Stayart has served as CFO and Director of Business Development for Stayart Law Offices, an Elkhorn, Wisconsin, law firm. Beverly Stayart coordinates all legal research and evidentiary discovery for Stayart Law Offices, in addition to meeting with clients and attorneys.
Genealogy & Research
Beverly Stayart enjoys researching the Civil War because her great-grandfather Thomas Fitzgerald, a Union soldier, was recruited in Wisconsin and fought in several notable battles. He was wounded on two occasions, but survived the war.
Beverly Stayart is also interested in Native American history and culture. Beverly Stayart is an experienced genealogist with a special interest in Native American ancestry.
Beverly Stayart is an avid reader who enjoys the works of American authors Harper Lee, Edgar Allan Poe, and Mark Twain and English authors William Shakespeare and Matthew Arnold.
Passion for Helping Others
Beverly Stayart supports St. Joseph's Indian School, benefiting the Lakota children of South Dakota through education and preservation of Lakota culture. Beverly Stayart is also heavily involved in animal protection efforts throughout the world and actively promotes the campaigns of the Humane Society of the United States, World Farm Animals Day, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, and Defenders of Wildlife. To date, Beverly Stayart has been active in World Farm Animals Day, an internationally celebrated day to advocate against factory farming, and Compassion for Animals Road Expedition #4 (CARE-4), a motorcade event to mourn and raise public awareness for the baby seals slaughtered throughout Eastern Canada each year. Additionally, Beverly Stayart has campaigned against puppy mills, writing hundreds of letters and emails, signing petitions, and attending demonstrations.