Working at the intersection of public health, media, and culture change, Regina Davis Moss has dedicated her entire life and career to fighting for one goal: empowering women and girls to make healthy decisions about the urgent challenges facing them every day. She is a sexuality and reproductive health expert that uses her non-profit, private sector, and political experience to make our communities places that welcome and support everyone.
Rooted in a strong sense of social justice, Regina currently serves as an executive for one of the world’s leading public health associations providing strategic oversight and operational leadership for a broad range of issues spanning from the social determinants of health to global health. She formerly held senior management positions for health promotion and disease prevention education campaigns supporting the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
A writer, producer, and researcher, Regina has worked on numerous online media, radio, television, and education efforts that improve the health and well-being of women and girls. She leverages her unique blend of skills to offer a distinct perspective and has produced original programming, thought leader commentary, and peer-reviewed journal articles featured in The Washington Post, The Lily, The Root, Ms. Magazine, New Scientist, Vox, BET, the American Journal of Public Health, among others.
Regina has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Africa, Europe, and China to speak about women’s reproductive health, infant mortality, and health equity. She earned a doctorate in maternal and child health from the University of Maryland, College Park, a master’s degree in public health from George Washington University, and a bachelor of science in biology from Howard University.
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