Chaz Stevens is an American entrepreneur, journalist, and constitutional activist.
Chaz was twice appointed Commissioner to the Deerfield Beach Housing Authority. Chaz and his projects have been recognized in the New Times Best of Broward-Palm Beach. Chaz himself was named one of the Best Activists in Broward County.
Since the 1980s, Chaz has worked as a technology product developer for numerous Fortune 100 companies including IBM, Microsoft, and The Walt Disney World Company.
Says Stevens, "Success now comes to me with a meaning not a number. We launched ESAD Int'l focused on helping those in need, believing everything else would follow."
Chaz was an amici curie (friend of the court) in a legal brief filed in support of a free speech case brought by Russell P. Barlett before the Supreme Court of the United States (No. 17-1174).
An outspoken critic for good governance and subjected to retaliation by government officials through harassing investigations and stifling of speech, Chaz's efforts resulted in the removal and arrest of three elected officials.
Additionally, Chaz has been regularly quoted in publications such as Huffington Post, NPR, Slate, Chicago Tribune, Mediaweek, TIME, and myriad national and international media outlets.