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Thu, Mar 30


703-41A Room 136 - Ellenton Room

Lunch and Learn with Dr. Liz Stewart

Join us for Lunch and Learn with Liz Stewart on Empowering Women to Assertively kick Imposter syndrome.

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Lunch and Learn with Dr. Liz Stewart
Lunch and Learn with Dr. Liz Stewart

Time & Location

Mar 30, 2023, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

703-41A Room 136 - Ellenton Room

About the event

Dr. Liz Stewart is the chairman emeritus of Stewart and Associates, Inc., a management, training,

and survey consulting firm which focuses on helping organizations function more effectively. The

firm’s specialties are human resource management, customized assessments and surveys,

management and leadership development, executive coaching and support for organizational

development such as mergers, downsizing and succession planning. The national firm has

celebrated 39 years in business with seven offices throughout the country with 210 employees who

are now owners of the company as of February 2022.

Her education credentials include undergraduate degrees in French, Spanish and Education, a

Master’s degree in Psychology and a Ph.D. in Economics as well as a law degree – all from the

University of Florida.

During fifteen years with XEROX Corporation, she served as a sales representative, sales manager

and Regional Vice President of Organizational Development and Strategic Planning Services – the

first female vice president.

Dr. Stewart is extremely active in her community. Throughout her career she has served on more

than 80 boards and commissions. She currently serves on the boards of International Society of

Economists, Chair - Rural Health Care Services, Chair - St. Mary’s Parish Council, Kisner Foundation,

Girl Scouts of SC, Family Promise of Aiken County, Vice-Chair, USCA Partnership Board, Treasurer

and Green Boundary Board of Trustees. She is the Chair of the Aiken County Planning Commission.

Locally she has served on – and chaired – the boards of the Chamber of Commerce, United Way,

Hitchcock Healthcare, SafeHomes of Augusta, and the City of Aiken Planning Commission. As a

Rotarian she has served as club president and Assistant District Governor.

She is a past Chamber of Commerce Woman of the Year. In 2013 she was the first USC Aiken School

of Business Administration Executive-in-Residence. In 2014 she received the USC Aiken

Distinguished Partner award. She was the 2019-2021 Executive in Residence at USCA School of

Business. She was chosen as the 2020-2021 USCA Distinguished Citizen of the Year. In addition to

her board service, she now spends her time helping entrepreneurs start their businesses and

speaking to groups of young women to support their successful careers.


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