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.
The Regina C. Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund was founded in 2007, just a few months after her tragic death. Her daughters Rotoya and Rene’ya Williams established the fund to honor and continue their mother’s great legacy. In 2007, the Regina C. Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund scholarship committee awarded several $1,000 scholarships to Prince George’s County High School Seniors. In August of 2008, the foundation held its first 5K Walk-A-Thon at the Bladensburg Waterfront Park in Bladensburg, Maryland. The foundation is designed to provide financial assistance to college-bound students within the Prince George’s County Community.
*The Regina C. Williams Memorial Scholarship Foundation is registered as a separate entity under the 501 (C3) of Edified Christian
Ministries International. Before her passing, Regina C. Williams was the First Lady of Edified Christian Ministries International and
Director of the Christian Education Ministry. Regina spent her final years, serving in Prince George’s County School System as
Principal of Rosaryville Elementary School. 100 % of your donation will go directly to support the Regina C. Williams Memorial