Regina was born and raised in Allentown, Pa. playing a handful of traditional sports, including two years of collegiate soccer, while attending DeSales University for Theology. She moved to California in 2013 where she began her now four year career in snowboarding instructing in the Sierra Nevada and the Teton mountain ranges. She moved to Utah in 2016 to work wilderness therapy. She now has multiple years experience in recreational and wilderness therapy, and has seen first hand the benefits of individuals pushing their comfort zones, through experiential learning, and how God can use this vulnerability for healing and growth. She is a graduate of the Wilderness Medicine Institute at SOLO and has worked on her swift water rescue, rope rescue, and avalanche safety skills. In September 2020, Regina started full time as a missionary for COR Expeditions. Most days Regina can be found rock climbing, snowboarding, mountain biking, surfing, or wakeboarding in Gods beautiful playground. This is where she encounters Christ the most, and is working with COR to invite others to join her in these experiences.