Regina has been hooked on being a health educator since the 7th grade when she began the Good Samaritan Club with concern about health and safety after a tragic injury that resulted from the fall of a classmate. She found her way to receive two academic degrees in Public Health Education and spent her early professional career partnering with the community to address maternal and child health issues, especially within under-resourced communities. Currently Regina is a Professor in The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) – Department of Public Health Education, gratefully giving over 20-years of academic scholarship in community engagement and health coaching. Regina has coached clients with self-identified chronic health conditions (e.g., such as obesity, depression, stress, and multiple sclerosis), and lead the department’s efforts to train and certify lay and professional health coaching practitioners. Wellbeing Coaching is Regina’s heart-time job because she can dream with her clients as they discover their path to personal fulfillment and confidently strive to make their dreams a reality.