Rev. Regina served the DFW community as a Healthcare Administrator, operating physical rehabilitation hospitals and long term care facilities for many years. Following the death of her mother in 2003, she surrendered to her call into God’s ministry. Upon completion of her seminary studies at Perkins School of Theology/SMU, and her Ordination process, she served those who endure the pain of grief and loss following the death of a loved one.
Rev. Regina founded and served as President of the Remembering Mom Foundation for nearly fifteen years. The non-profit organization supported over 800 families worldwide. The organization provided a wide variety of grief support services enduring the pan and separation following the loss of a mother.
Rev. Regina is a doctoral candidate in the Doctor of Ministry program at Brite Divinity/ Texas Christian University. Her dissertation focus is to create a Best Practices, Cultural, End-of-Life Program as patients/parishioners begin preparing for the final season of life.
Rev. Regina currently serves as director and professor of the Healthcare/Hospital Administration program at Tarrant County College on the Trinity River East Campus in Ft. Worth. Additionally, she serves as adjunct instructor, teaching Death and Dying Studies at Simmons School of Education and Human Development at SMU. She also serves in a pastoral care capacity at Northway Christian Church in Dallas.