Beth Corley has a long career of public service to the State of South Carolina focused on developing information infrastructure and research partnerships with universities and public/private agencies to improve the lives of SC residents in the areas of health and human services. Her 36 years working in the public sector awakened in her a passion to find a path to service centered on healing and reconciliation. Reading and training in the area of small group dialogue (Circles of Trust) opened doors to becoming a Race to the Table SC director. A natural peacemaker and inspirational teacher, Beth’s passion is to play a part in making a better world, free of hate, discrimination and bigotry. Randy Heath brings to the table the voice of a young African American male with awareness of today‚Äôs culture and the issues of intolerance and prejudice that need addressing.