Regina is a peace and gender practitioner, with an expertise in community mobilization, dialogue facilitation, Prevention/Countering Violent Extremism (P/CVE) and Gender analysis in different setups. She is dedicated in empowering grassroots young girls in education through a community-based organization she founded in 2014. With an MA in Peace and Development from University of Bradford, UK, she Co – founded Amani Women Network (AWN) to bridge the gap between pioneer Kenyan women peace builders and budding young women peace builders through mentorship among others.
She is an accredited member of African Union’s Network of African Women in Conflict Prevention and Mediation Fem – Wise, a Rotary Peace Fellow and a Female Wave of Change Kenya (FWoC) Ambassador. Regina currently works with the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC), where she has led several programs in the informal settlements of Nairobi and other regions of the country working with youth and women towards building community resilience against P/CVE and the general public on dialogue and mediation. She is a member of the committee developing the 2nd Kenya National Action Plan (KNAP) for UNSCR 1325. During her free time, she loves to knit and crotchet.