I believe that the built environment has the power to restore social justice and create healthy communities.
Boston, MA, USA
Regina joined MASS as a Global Health Corps Design Fellow in Rwanda in 2013, where she worked on immersion assessment reports and masterplanning for the Rwinkwavu District Hospital, Nuru International, and Mubuga Primary School. She has since joined the research team in Boston to work on developing an Impact Assessment Tool with The Atlantic Philanthropies and the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation. Prior to joining MASS, Regina worked in project monitoring and evaluation, low-income housing development and management, and energy efficiency and affordability policy programming in Shanghai, Princeton, Croix-des-Bouquets, and Boston. She studied Civil Engineering and Architecture at Princeton University and received her Master’s in Urban Planning at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. Her Master’s thesis discussed patterns of pre- and post-disaster settlements in Port-au-Prince, Haiti after the earthquake in 2010.