As we say goodbye to summer and hello to the return of school and hopefully the cooler temperatures of the fall, I am excited to introduce Aimee Serafin as the new editor of Augusta Family magazine. Aimee and her family moved to the Augusta area roughly three years ago from Savannah where her husband Scott worked at Savannah College of Art and Design. Aimee grew up in Atlanta and graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in French.  After living in southern France for six months, she and husband Scott moved to Baltimore, MD to continue their respective educations in graduate school. Aimee furthered her studies in French translation at American University in Washington, DC.  She then landed a job at a translation company in Columbia, MD where she used both her translation and editing skills. A published author of poetry and devotionals, Aimee enjoys reading, running and spending time with her artistic and athletic teenagers and loving husband of 25 years. Aimee’s family and faith are the most important things to her and she is thrilled to reside in the beautiful garden city of Augusta. We are so excited to welcome Aimee to Augusta Family magazine!

Ashlee Griggs Duren

This article appears in the September/October 2019 issue of Augusta Family Magazine.
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