Regina loves seeing people live out their faith in all spaces of influence from the living room, classroom, to the boardroom. Since 1994, Regina has impacted men and women at camps, conferences, churches, and college campuses.
An educator for ministry effectiveness, Regina has created interdisciplinary curriculum as an adjunct professor of women’s ministry, served as a regional mobilizer for the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA) Women’s team where she created resources for New England leaders and has served on the national board of directors for the EFCA. From 2006-2018, she was a church planter of Heart Change Fellowship with her husband, Jua, where they impacted the Boston community, neighborhood schools, and college campuses.
As a leader in marketplace ministry, Regina is the dean of student affairs at Cambridge College where she supports the successful pathways towards college completion for nontraditional students.
As a mom raising 4 children, one with Down syndrome, Regina advocates for marginalized populations. From 2014-2018, she was appointed by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to the Boston School Committee where she was fortunate to serve her community of parents, teachers, and administrators, but most importantly, the 57,000 students in Boston Public Schools, 11,000 who are on IEPs.
You can find her work in GROW Youth curriculum, EFCA Today, Gospel Coalition, Coffee and Crumbs, Not a Real Pastor, and Risen Motherhood.