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Hear what others have to say about Champion for Five.



VP, Strategic Enrollment Management
St. Cloud State University

"Regina has the ability to take audiences on journey that is personal, uplifting and enlightening. Her ability to create space for everyone to engage in all types of conversations is difficult to match. Regardless if the conversation is celebratory or just a challenging topic to work through, her audiences will be engaged. She is able to help others explore their own lived experiences while simultaneously communicating that understanding her own identity is still process."



Director, Multicultural Center
Western Illinois University

"Regina is a results driven change agent with a great deal of adaptability. She is passionate about the profession and has the capacity to make a positive impact to any organization."



Dr. Zac Chatterton, Superintendent of Schools

"Farmington Central CUSD #265 continues to benefit from our ongoing partnership with Regina. We have much more work to do but her guidance through the Intercultural Development Inventory has served as foundation for future individual and group growth that will afford our students a much more robust education. The conversations and realizations that we have experienced have not always been comfortable, but they are enlightening which leads to a deeper appreciation for all.  We can not encourage the potential in others without a deeper understanding of them.  We look forward to future partnerships with Regina."



Director, Equal Opportunity and Access
Western Illinois University

"I have worked with Regina for years, and I have always known her as a thoughtful and caring professional. Having attended several events focusing on diversity issues such as the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE) conference with Regina, I have witnessed first hand her commitment to creating an educated campus community fostering inclusiveness. Additionally, I have partnered with Regina several times to present to various populations on topics dealing with diversity, and was impressed with Regina's ability to research and prepare for her audience. She reads the room well, and paces her presentations accordingly. Students and employees alike respond very well to Regina's presentation style. When I need advice or input from a colleague with the most knowledge of diversity and inclusion topics, it is always Regina to whom I turn."

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