Regina Reed is an advocate for health care justice for low-income and vulnerable populations. As Policy Organizer for the National Health Care for the Homeless Council, she champions federal policy change to ensure greater access to housing and health care. In this role, she develops policy positions and analyses, and mobilizes the nationwide Health Care for the Homeless community to engage with lawmakers on ending poverty and homelessness.
Prior to joining the Council, Regina worked in health care disparity research, completed a summer fellowship with Get Covered America, and worked at Georgia's Capitol in Atlanta doing policy work for nonprofits with a focus on issues relating to gender, health, and justice. Regina has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Spanish from the University of Florida and a Master of Public Health in Health Policy from Emory University.
Regina lives in Baltimore City and is passionate about promoting and improving her hometown. She is a board member on the Baltimore Abortion Fund and canvasses to elect progressive women to local office. She is an avid reader who enjoys singing karaoke and exploring Baltimore's culinary scene.