A native of Portsmouth, VA, and public speaker since 1994, Regina Robinson serves as a church planter, worship and children’s leader at Heart Change Fellowship, a multiethnic church in Jamaica Plain, where she and her husband, Pastor Jua Robinson founded in 2007.
Regina is the Dean of Student Affairs at Cambridge College, where, as the senior leader for student development, she oversees staff and develops resources for adult learners. She earned both B.A and M.A degrees from Liberty University.
Regina and Jua are parents of 4 young children, one who is privileged to have Down syndrome and has opened their hearts to the world of disability. She speaks frequently on the subjects of disability, faith and culture, parenting, preK-12 and higher education student success.
Regina has a unique lens to be a broad agent of change due to the intersection of her leadership roles in both preK-12 to higher education and in faith-based communities.
As a professional, she brings a fresh, innovative, and strategic voice as a parent, special education and adult education advocate, and post-secondary administrator as she serves Boston Public Schools in a variety of capacities, currently as a board member of the Boston School Committee.
She is committed to bringing a community focused perspective as an advocate for those whose voices are not often heard in order to close the achievement and opportunity gap for children and families.
As a woman of faith, Regina’s life passion is to put Christ on display as she walks loudly in many circles to impact today’s culture with the message of God’s truth. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA) and Boston Scholar Athletes.