Regina is a second-year Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) candidate concentrating in Global Politics and Security. She currently serves as a teaching assistant for Contemporary U.S. Foreign Policy at Georgetown University. Prior to the MSFS program, Regina worked as a technology account manager for Darktrace, a global cyber security company operating in over 30 countries. Prior to receiving her bachelor’s degree, Regina worked in the United States Senate and House of Representatives, and in the International Trade Administration at the Department of Commerce.
Regina focuses on regional conflict and U.S. interests in the Middle East and North Africa, and researches global oil dependence in the Gulf. Regina hopes to grow her regional expertise through research at a nonpartisan think tank and one day move to the National Security Council.
Regina holds a Bachelor of Science in International Politics and Security from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.
As a proud Georgetown University School of Foreign Service (SFS) alumna, I knew the School of Foreign Service would provide me with the ability to grow, learn, and lead in an unprecedented way. SFS courses have engaged me in unique ways that have helped prepare me for a career in foreign policy and public service. My coursework has ingrained tools of policymaking in me, and shaped and reshaped these tools through tailored simulations and substantive classroom discussions with brilliant and traveled individuals. The prospect of developing further by re-engaging at the next level made applying and choosing to enroll a no-brainer.”