Let’s make Clayton County stronger together!

We must make our county government “Business Friendly” to bring new dollars and resources to Clayton residents. We need to grow available internship and employment opportunities for youth within our growing business community.  

I’ve dedicated my personal and professional life to improving our county and serving our community. I’m running for District 1 Commissioner to ensure that our government works for everyone.

From my training in banking and economic development to my experience as the Chair of Invest Clayton to advocating for small businesses and a path to homeownership for all, I am prepared to lead District 1 and our county forward.

– Regina Deloach, Candidate for Clayton County District 1 Commissioner

Regina’s mission for Clayton District 1:

Build, Trust, Results

It’s time to create change to…

  • Transparency in government  
  • Support our workforce  
  • Improve technology in our county offices bring more resources into Clayton to better serve youth, veterans and our growing senior community.
Supporting Jonesboro High Bank Scholars by awarding 2 (two) $500.00 scholarships.

Staying fit with our Millennials on a Saturday morning at 7am.

Keynote Speaker for Leader Camp 2019. Sharing leadership principles through the word of God.

REGINA IS A CONSENSUS BUILDER

  • Board of Education collaborations
  • Board of Commissioners collaborations
  • Local municipalities collaboration on 2020 Census and 2020 Small Business Economic Relief Grants

REGINA DOES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  • Mountain View Development – 5,000 + Jobs
  • Clayton State University Center for Research on Economic Sustainability and Trends
  • 26-Acre Mixed-Use Development with Condos, Roof Top Restaurants, Business Incubator, and more

REGINA SUPPORTS SMALL BUSINESSES

  • Disbursed $500,000.00 in Small Business Grants
  • Collaborated with the Board of Commissioners to disburse $1M in small business grants
  • Hosted Small Business Workshops

REGINA KNOWS WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT:

  • Hosted Job Fairs
  • Hosted Construction Training
  • Accession Distribution Center – Career Center, LLC

REGINA CHAMPIONS CLAYTON COUNTY:

  • Hartsfield Jackson International Airport is an asset to Clayton County
  • Our Clayton County Public School system is thriving
  • Workforce Development Training

Current Roles:

  • Chair of Invest Clayton-Development Authority of Clayton County
  • Aerotropolis Executive Leadership Committee
  • Vice-Chair of Gateway Community Services and Programs
  • Association of Christian Ministers of Clayton County

Past Roles:

  • Vice President of Grass Roots Leadership
  • Project Manager for Hope on the Hill, an entity of Dwight D. and Sheryl H. Howard Foundation
  • Advisory Board for Aerotropolis Educational Collective – Clayton County
  • Administrator for Women University, an entity of Marvelous Light Empowerment Association
  • Treasurer of Mt. Zion Elementary School
  • Vice-President and President of Adamson Middle School PTA
  • President of the Morrow High School PTA
  • Vice-President of the Clayton County Council of PTA’s.
  • Co-Chair for Bank of America March of Dimes Fundraiser for Health Babies ($300,000)

Gateway Community Services and Programs Founders Regina Deloach and Keith Horton in collaboration with the Clayton County Public School, giving scholarships to our Scholars at Forest Park High School and the Perry Career Academy.

MEET REGINA DELOACH

About our next District 1 Commissioner

Regina Deloach is a vocal and entrenched leader on economic development, workforce development, homeownership, public safety, senior engagement, and programming and educational opportunities for Clayton County students. Regina leads from the front with compassion for her community.

Regina Deloach is committed to a resilient and transformative Clayton County as a model for commerce and economic progress.

As Chair of Invest Clayton, Regina Deloach is credited with creating the Small Business Grant that assisted more than 200 businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Also, Regina is credit with introducing the Painter Union to Invest Clayton – the Development of Clayton County that will Professional Skill Clayton County workforce. Regina and her business partner are credited with sponsoring the “Helping Hands End Hunger” program located at Mt. Zion Elementary School. In addition, Regina was instrumental in bringing the YMCA to Clayton County at Travels Rest Baptist Church in Rex.

A lifelong public servant, Regina Deloach has served her community with an open heart in various volunteerism roles, most recently delivering book bags and schools supplies to some of our young scholars, to providing food throughout District 1 and Clayton County, in addition to passing out turkeys during Thanksgiving the DA Office in conjunctions with Heart to Nourish Hope, serving Thanksgiving Dinner to our community on Thanksgiving Day to giving Scholarship to our Clayton County Public young scholar.

She has been profiled by the ARC International Leadership Academy and has been named Keynote Speaker for their Leadership Co-host 3 years in a row.

Regina Deloach’s notable accomplishments to date include creating the Small Business Grants to develop the 26 acres across from Clayton State College and increasing Workforce Training.

An active member of the community, Regina Deloach is a member of Women of Clayton County, the PUF (People United Foundation), Clayton County 2020 Census Team, Aerotropolis Executive Leadership Committee, and Association of Christian Ministers of Clayton County.  She has also served on the Gateway Community Services and Programs board and is an advocate for children, millennials, the senior community, and our creative entrepreneurs, with unconditional service to the community)

Regina Deloach is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt and Minnie Powell of Birmingham, Alabama.  She is the proud mother of Nikitris and Brittanie Deloach.  She is a 30+ year resident of Clayton County residing in the Rock Creek (27 years) community of Clayton County District 1.

Serving our community during COVID-19 with our Clayton County District Attorney’s Office, Hearts to Nourish Hope and NOBLE for a Thanksgiving Turkey giveaway.  Feeding over 2,000 people in 1 day.

Meeting with the owner of Plaza Gourmet in Riverdale, who was awarded a Small Business Grant by Invest Clayton the Development Authority of Clayton County.  “Building Trust through Results “

Speaking with parents at Jonesboro High School as we prepare to send our Bank Scholars to Chicago for the Thanksgiving Parade. In addition, I spearheaded a fundraising campaign supported by many community and business leaders in Clayton County. 

Job Fair hosted by Invest Clayton the Development Authority of Clayton County and the City Morrow. Listed from left to right. Economic Director for the City of Morrow – Bao Dang, Invest Clayton Chair Regina Deloach, Invest Clayton Executive Director Larry Vincent, Invest Clayton Secretary/Treasurer Randy Burton, District 3 Commissioner Felicia Franklin and Invest Clayton Vice-chair Herman “Drew” Andrews.

20 Census Team:  Collaborated with our Clayton County Community Development Department, Clayton County Library Staff to ensure every citizen was counted. ” Building Trust through Results.

Volunteering with 7 PILLARS Career Academy during Career Day. 

Elect Regina Deloach, Commissioner District 1

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