Mark Stuart, founding member and Executive Director of the Hands and Feet project, has been passionately connected to Haiti for over 25 years. Mark visited Haiti for the first time during high school with his father and fell deeply in love with the nation and its people.
In 1991, Mark founded Audio Adrenaline with band mates Bob Herdman and Will McGinniss and went on to win two Grammys over a 17 year career as the lead singer.
Mark currently resides with his wife Aegis and two children, Journey and Christela, in Franklin, TN.
The Bryan College Chapel program exists to form students and employees into servants of Jesus through the shared experience of study (Phil. 4:8-9) and worship (John 4:23-24).