Aubrey Sejuit

Name: Dr. Aubrey Sejuit

Education: A.A. Letters, Arts, & Sciences (Penn State); A.A.S. Intelligence Operations Studies (Cochise College); B.A. Sociology (Penn State); B.A. History (Penn State); M.Ed. Teaching & Curriculum (Penn State); M.S.W. Social Work (Syracuse University); Ph.D. Counselor Education & Supervision (University of South Carolina)

Department: Social Work

Office: Bancroft 126

Phone: 803/323-4577


Aubrey L. Sejuit, Ph.D., LISW-CP, LCAS, MEd, is a former tenured Assistant Professor of Social Work and a Counselor for the Sib Collins Counseling Center at Limestone University.  She is the current National Association of Social Work-South Carolina Chapter (NASW-SC) President and serves as Secretary for the NASW Committee of Chapter Presidents.  She is also the current Secretary of the South Carolina Counseling Association (SCCA).  

Before working at Limestone University, and now Winthrop  University, she served as an Assistant Professor of Counseling and as the Counseling Program Coordinator for Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Center for Graduate Studies of Columbia, SC and as a Counselor for Palmetto Place Children & Youth Services.  As Co-Founder of the South Carolina Career Development Association (SCCDA), in 2021, she co-authored and published Gaining Cultural Competence in Career Counseling (2nd edition) with Dr. Kathy Evans, her mentor from UofSC.  

Dr. Sejuit is an Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) veteran who served with the 203D MI BN in the 513th MI BDE (INSCOM) in Baghdad, Iraq as an Intelligence Analyst and earned the Joint Service Achievement Medal (JSAM) among other awards.  She is also a Co-Founder of the Veterans Alumni Council (VAC) at the University of South Carolina.  Dr. Sejuit is also Co-Founder and Secretary for the Friends of Fisher House-Columbia, SC at the WJB Dorn VA Hospital and is the Assistant Volunteer & Events Coordinator for the 9/11 Remembrance Foundation of South Carolina.  She is currently Vice Chair of the Transfer Committee in the Junior League of South Carolina (JLC) and served as Chair of the ABCs Committee for two years prior to that.

Dr. Sejuit is a 2018 graduate of Leadership Columbia (LC), a 2020/2021 graduate of Leadership Lexington County (LLC), and a 2023 graduate of Leadership Cherokee County (LCC).  Dr. Sejuit was a 2020 Midlands Woman of Distinction through the Girl Scouts of South Carolina—Mountain to Midlands and the 2019 recipient of the South Carolina Counseling Association’s Distinguished Professional Service Award.