VP, Community Impact, Axon
Regina is the VP of Community Impact at Axon. Previously Regina was a Sr. Program Manager at the Policing Project at NYU School of Law, where she helped to implement the Neighborhood Policing Initiative in the City of Chicago.
Prior to joining the Policing Project, Regina served as a Supervising Investigator with the Civilian Office of Police Accountability in Chicago. There, she supervised a Major Case Squad which investigated officer involved shootings. She began her legal career as a Clinical Fellow at Suffolk University Law School, where she developed housing discrimination investigations. That work led to the publication of a study on housing discrimination experienced by trans and gender non-conforming residents in the Boston area. The study was published in Yale Law School's Journal of Law and Feminism. Thereafter, Regina practiced criminal defense in the Boston District Courts, where she worked as a Bar Advocate for Suffolk Lawyers for Justice.
Regina is a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Racial Equity through a partnership between Columbia University and the Nelson Mandela Foundation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and African-American Studies from Temple University, and earned her Doctor of Jurisprudence from Suffolk University Law School.