Regina has more than 19 years of experience leading anti-poverty initiatives addressing homelessness, supportive housing, criminal justice reform, community capacity building, and youth leadership development. She leads teams at C4 Innovations and for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to embed racial equity principles in funding guidelines, housing policies, practices, and services. Regina and her teams also work one on one with organizations and community coalitions across the country to develop strategic goals centered in equity and accountability policies to ensure those goals are met. She delivers keynotes and racial equity workshops and is the host of the podcast series, Morning Cup of Equity.
Previously, Regina was Southeast Director for Corporation for Supportive Housing where she worked with communities to transform systems of care into data-informed and performance driven systems that provide safe, sustainable housing to those experiencing homelessness. She managed a large portfolio of initiatives across multiple sectors addressing Frequent User Service Enhancement (FUSE) with health care and criminal justice partners, Moving On with public housing authorities, and Supportive Housing Development with non-profit organizations and local developers. Regina has developed and managed Mental Health and Drug Court programs as well as Restorative Justice Board programs for young adults engaged with the criminal justice system. Her work with youth and young adults is extensive. Regina created youth internships and trained youth in Kingian Nonviolence and Community Organizing across the United States and on the African continent. She was also an Assistant Professor at Bennett College and Adjunct professor at North Carolina A&T University.
Contact Regina at firstname.lastname@example.org.