Regina Lyles Corley

Non-partisan candidate for Richland County School Board District 2.



Occupation: Fatigue Management Administrator –SCE&G. I ensure compliance of the Nuclear Regulatory guidelines by managing the personnel fatigue at Nuclear Power Reactor sites.

Education: Graduated from Spring Valley High School; associate degree in accounting and business management – Midlands Technical College in Columbia; Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration - American Intercontinental University of Atlanta, Ga.

Experience in Political or Related Positions: I have had the honor of serving District Two in 2004-2008, which I feel I have served with great pride and distinction. Some of my accomplishments are as follow, I supported the largest bond referendum in the history of Richland School District Two due to enormous growth, and I supported staff and teachers pay raises, promoted intervention services programs and more technology in the classrooms, additional training and development, and to keep a low teacher/ pupil ratio.

I am an appointed member of the Richland County Transportation Committee – Instrumental in acquiring funds to complete about a one million dollar infrastructure project in the Round Top Community.

Why should voter choose you in this election?

I am a product of Richland School District Two and so are my daughters. My oldest daughter graduated from Richland Two and my youngest daughter attends Westwood High School. I have four years experience on Richland County School Board. I have completed five out of a possible six level of training and development offered by South Carolina School Board Association for the school board members. I have addressed critical concerns and provided a safe comfortable working environment. I am a proven leader and a team player who is ready to get back to work. My vision for the future of Richland School District Two is as follow:

  • Safety - address rural safety issues as well as other safety issues
  • Attract and retain the best teachers as well as provide effective tools that will assist teachers in helping students to achieve academic goals to qualify for the college of their choice
  • Encourage more Parental Involvement
  • Improve applied Placement classes
  • Address zoning concerns
  • Partner with more technical colleges and the business community to address the future needs of the workforce
  • Reach out to faith base and community to  assistance  families with social and economical issues 

As a board member,  I was compassionate about the concerns of the students teachers, staff and parents of  this great District and I always returned every phone call and listen to their concerns. If elected, I will continue to be compassionate and willing to listen to the concerns of the citizens. My philosophy is that every child can learn and be successful in society when given the right tools and resources.