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Hunt named SeHealth director

Elizabeth “Beth” Hunt has been named director of corporate compliance for Southeastern Health (SeHealth). She is responsible for ensuring compliance with state and federal laws and that behavior in the organization meets SeHealth’s standards of conduct.

Hunt earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from UNC Pembroke in 2004 and a juris doctor degree from UNC Chapel Hill School of Law in 2007.

Prior to joining SeHealth, she coordinated Project SEARCH of Robeson County, a program which provides job skills training to individuals with developmental disabilities. With more than 10 years of experience in state and federal policy, Hunt most recently served as grants and policy specialist in the Office for Governmental Affairs at SeHealth. In that role, she coordinated strategies to access grant funding and managed the implementation of a new policy management system. Additionally, Hunt administered new corporate compliance software, including the implementation of end-user trainings and staff education resources.

After law school, Hunt served as the coordinator for the Education and Law Project at the N.C. Justice Center, where she assisted with litigation and provided public policy training to organizations and agencies across the state.

She and her husband, Brandon, reside in Lumberton and have two children.

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