Regina advises an array of clients reflecting the broad spectrum of energy companies that engage in regulated activities in the U.S. She represents natural gas companies, local distribution companies, and electric utilities on a variety of matters related to energy administrative and regulatory law. Her previous experience working for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is the foundation of her distinct approach toward communicating between business owners, regulators and engineers. Regina works to understand your business objectives to bring results for her clients. Regina also understands the significant role the energy sector plays in the health of the overall economy and applies that knowledge to her practice.
In addition, Regina advises start-up businesses and investment funds of all sizes in the energy, educational services, and health care services industries providing legal and strategic advice and counsel to address an array of business needs Regina works to understand your business objectives to bring results for her clients. She is trained litigator and negotiator and uses her negotiation skills, when appropriate, to bring about favorable results for her clients.
Regina has spearheaded diversity initiatives throughout her career and currently runs a separate diversity, equity, and inclusion consulting company
Regina serves as an Adjunct Professional Lecturer at the George Washington University Law School where she teaches energy law and regulation. She is a licensed, Christian minister and serves as an Elder in her local church. She regularly shares the intersections of her faith and roles as wife, mother, grandmother, legal professional, and community worker to younger attorneys as they navigate their careers.