I'm Regina E. Coley and I help women who aspire to lead and create change in their communities create powerful and purposeful educational programs.

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.


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.


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

Check Out My Latest Blog Posts

Supporting and Building Up Student Activism and Protest

Students have always been a part of activism, but today’s students have grown up in a world where they have unprecedented access to and control over information. They are often passionate about social justice but lack the tools and skills to create positive change. We can help them by providing them with opportunities to learn how to be effective activists, such as learning how to

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Going Up: Fresh Ideas for Growing Your Business

Guest Post by Julie Morris of JulieMorris.org Growing a business is harder in practice than in theory, but with some key adjustments, it’s often possible to maximize the efficiency of your operations and discover new lines of revenue. Whether you’re overhauling your marketing efforts, diversifying your portfolio, or making new hires, a few changes can reset your company’s direction and set the pace for long-term

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How to create a safe and supportive school environment for all students

Schools are a place where students learn the skills and knowledge they need to succeed. But for all students, schools should also be a place where they feel safe, welcome, and included. In this article, we’ll discuss strategies for creating an inclusive school environment that welcomes all students as individuals with unique needs and backgrounds. We’ll walk through examples of how teachers can create this

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How To Know It’s Time To Switch Jobs

Having the right job is a really centrally important concern for most of us. For one thing, it helps you to be able to enjoy your working day a lot more, and you will generally find that you tend to be much happier in life if you are happy with the work you are doing every day. It can also tie into all sorts of

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Recovering after the flood

You may have noticed there have been a lot of climate change news issues in the headlines recently. The reason for this is that the world is going through a little bit of a disaster. This means that people in residential areas and commercial areas are going to deal with the fallout due to the way we consume energy.    For some, this means an

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Effective Ways to Build your Online Audience

Building an audience online doesn’t happen overnight. Sure, you can go viral and gain over 1000 or more in a few hours, but you’ve then got to keep that momentum going. That’s hard if you’ve not got an online presence plan to follow! As such, you need a more sustainable way to build your follower count, to eventually have a good portion of people to

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Latest Training

Planning Your Program Year Weekend Workshop 2023

This workshop is the perfect opportunity to map out your planning year and set achievable goals. You’ll gain access to powerful tools, templates, and resources that will help you create a successful program. Plus, you’ll have the chance to connect with other leaders who share your commitment to quality mentoring.

By the end of this workshop, you’ll not only have a working action plan and strategy to use but also feel prepared to take your program to its next level.

Register now and start planning for an amazing year!

Latest Book

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, parenting, equity, and student success. For questions about lectures and speaking engagements, please visit the speaking page. 

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