Limestone's Dr. Aubrey Sejuit Named To 2020 "Women Of Distinction" List
After a record number of nominations, the Girl Scouts of South Carolina-Mountains to Midlands selected Limestone College’s Social Work Preceptor Dr. Aubrey L. Sejuit as one of its six “Women of Distinction” for 2020.
First launched in 1993 in Columbia, the Women of Distinction Event is a recognition and fundraising dinner that celebrates and honors outstanding women for their professional accomplishments, service to others, and impact on their community. Each year, the Girl Scouts call upon the public to help identify women who exemplify excellence both through their professional achievements as well as their community volunteerism.
Honorees are chosen based on four criteria: professional/community leadership, professional/community service, strong role model for girls, and community visibility.
Originally scheduled for March 19, the event honoring Sejuit and the five other women was postponed due to the current coronavirus pandemic. The new date has not yet been announced.
Sejuit currently teaches Social Work for Limestone and serves as a counselor under Director Mary Campbell in the Sib Collins Counseling Center. She previously served in the U.S. Army Reserves as an Intelligence Analyst, where she deployed with the 203D Military intelligence Battalion to Baghdad in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and earned the Joint Service Achievement Medal, among other awards. She received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision from the University of South Carolina. She holds a Master of Social Work degree from Syracuse University, and she earned her Master of Education degree in Teaching & Curriculum from Pennsylvania State University.