I'm Regina E. Coley and I train world-class teachers, leaders, executives, and edupreneurs become Community Catalyst by creating powerful, purposeful and transformative educational experiences. We don’t just adapt to change; we lead it.

About Regina Coley

Introducing Regina E. Coley, a former teacher turned professional speaker and consultant specializing in empowering executive women. Regina brings years of experience in creating inclusive classrooms and developing leadership skills in her students to her work with top-level professionals. As a sought-after speaker and strategist, Regina delivers inspiring speeches on topics such as the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace, developing confidence as a female leader, and the power of effective work life balance for wealth and wellness. In her consulting work, she provides personalized advice and support to executives and organizations looking to improve themselves and their communities. With a down-to-earth approach and a passion for helping women succeed, Regina has become a respected voice in the field of education and leadership development.

Now Regina runs MotivatHER Inc, a personal development agency and speaking business where she speaks at colleges, conferences, churches, and corporations around the world delivering her signature speech, Restore Remarkable: Reequipping Your Distinction. 

I can help you with:

Academic Tutoring

Providing instruction to children and adult learners, identifying areas that need improvement, and identifying resources to fit learners needs.

Consultation

Consultive and instructional services to teachers, counselors, homeschoolers, educational institutions, and edupreneurs.

Program Development

Providing assistance in initiating, evaluating, and improving effective programs geared towards youth and educational initiatives.

Mentoring

Serving as a mentor to educators, parents, and school administrators seeking to further develop their educational leadership.

GET COACHED

Regina’s premiere coaching programs Make Your Mark with MotivatHER are applicant based and open a few times per year. 

Check Out My Latest Blog Posts

The Quest for Black Excellence: Igniting the Torch of History

Standing at the Intersection of Race, Gender, Culture, Education, Leadership, and Stewardship As Black History Month draws to a close, we find ourselves at the precipice of a new chapter. We look back on the inspiring figures who have shaped our history, but we must also recognize that each of us has the power to become black history ourselves. From the depths of our heritage

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Elevate Your Educational Institution with Curriculum Development Services

In today’s rapidly evolving world, educational institutions are faced with the constant challenge of staying relevant and providing high-quality education to their students. To meet this challenge head-on, it’s essential for educational institutions to continually elevate their standards and offerings. One powerful way to achieve this is through curriculum development services. In this article, we will explore how curriculum development services can help educational institutions

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Unlocking Academic Success: The Vital Role of Personalized Learning in Modern Educational Programs

In today’s rapidly evolving educational landscape, the one-size-fits-all approach to teaching is no longer sufficient. Students have diverse learning needs, interests, and abilities, and it’s crucial for educational programs to adapt to these variations. Personalized learning has emerged as a powerful solution to address these challenges, ensuring that every student has the opportunity to thrive academically. This article explores the significance of personalized learning in

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Laying The Groundwork For Appropriate Staff Expansion

Even if you’re a relatively small business with no plans to expand, it’s always important to consider the benefits of doing so. This is because when you reinvest profit into your brand, you can then stabilize your position in the market more easily. Expansion might not seem desirable to begin with, but if you have more to lose before you shut down, such as assets,

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Revolutionize Your Classroom: Developing a Custom Curriculum to Engage and Empower Students

As classroom teachers, we are constantly striving to create a learning environment that captivates and inspires our students. One powerful way to achieve this is by developing a custom curriculum that aligns with our student’s needs, interests, and learning styles. By taking the reins of curriculum design, we can revolutionize our classrooms and provide an educational experience that truly engages and empowers our students. In

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Cutting Edge Principles for Future Online Business

There are many highly advanced principles that current and future online business depends upon. Some have been around for a while, while others are emergent. Here’s a quick overview of some of the most impressive techs some are working on to make business faster and safer. Using Cloud Computing One of the main features of cloud computing is that it allows you to scale your

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Latest Books

The Equity Gap: Making Schools More Equitable for Girls of Color

The Equity Gap is a strategy guidebook that provides teachers and practitioners with the tools they need to make schools more equitable for girls of color. This powerful resource offers concrete strategies and illuminating insights to help educators understand and address the unique challenges girls of color face in schools. With The Equity Gap as your guide, you’ll learn how to create more inclusive and culturally responsive classrooms, develop effective mentorship programs, and implement policies and practices that better support the success of all students. The Equity Gap is essential for any educator committed to promoting equity and excellence in our schools.

Regina speaks on a number of topics including education, leadership, parenting, equity, and student success. For questions about lectures and speaking engagements, please visit the speaking page. 

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