Amelia B. McKie
Amelia B. McKie’s first term on the Richland School District Two Board of Trustees began in November 2014. Leading up to her election to the board, McKie supported the district through service on numerous parent/teacher/student organizations and School Improvement Councils (SIC).
McKie was co-chair of the Ridge View High School SIC when it earned the distinction of being named an Honor Roll School for the Dick and Tunky Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence. She served as a coordinator/facilitator for the Richland Two Parent Partnership Summit and volunteered on numerous committees within the district, including the website focus group, centralized enrollment brainstorming group, collaborative council, collaborate council for accreditation review, parent partnership planning committee, and is a community team member for administrative selections.
An active community volunteer, McKie is a Diversity Leaders Institute Fellow of The Riley Institute; a S.C. Education Policy Fellow, vice chairperson of the S.C. School Improvement Council Board of Trustees, a Leadership South Carolina graduate and FastTrac graduate. She is a member of the State Treasurer’s Office Diversity Cabinet, First Northeast Baptist Church and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She was a founding board member of Friends of Epworth, an advisory board member for Thomas Media Group, and currently serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (guardian ad litem) for Richland County.
McKie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and completed post graduate studies from the University of South Carolina. She is a founding partner of Nfusion, LLC, which provides governmental relations and communications/public relations services for municipal, state and private agencies. She advocates for various institutions of higher education throughout South Carolina.
McKie and her husband, Stacy, are the proud parents of a son, who is a Richland Two graduate and student at the University of South Carolina, and a daughter who attends Ridge View High School. She has completed Level 5 in the SCSBA Boardmanship Institute.