The Regina C. Williams Memorial Scholarship Foundation honors the name and legacy of an African American woman of incredible spirit, character, and determination. Throughout her life, she used her God-given talents to impact the lives of many people — near and far. Spending nearly thirty years as a public servant in the Prince George’s County Public Schools System, she served first as a teacher, then as a Vice-Principal and lastly as a Principal. Regina took honor in providing top-quality education to our next generation.
For over 20 years, Regina served in the Prince George’s County Public School System a teacher at Templeton Elementary School, a Vice-Principal at Gladys Noon Spellman Elementary School and the Principal of Rosaryville Elementary School in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. If one would ask any parent or staff at Rosaryville to describe Mrs. Williams, you would often hear the words “kind, loving, and inspirational.” She had a passion for children, and no doubt, the children, parents and staff showed their love for her and greatly miss her.