Exploring Racial Justice in Philanthropy with Regina Schofield, Corporate Engagement & Education Outreach Director, Battelle

Episode 3: Exploring Racial Justice in Philanthropy with Regina Schofield, Corporate Engagement & Education Outreach Director, Battelle

Regina Schofield shares how her lived experience coupled with her passion for helping under-represented children and youth informs her philanthropy work.

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The Black Fundraisers' Podcast was founded in 2021 by Kia Croom, a 20-year nonprofit fund development professional and DEI champion. Learn more about Kia Croom at www.kiacroom.com.

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    ABOUT THIS EPISODE'S GUEST
    The Honorable Regina B. Schofield is Director of Corporate Engagement and Education Outreach for Battelle. Prior to her position with Battelle, Ms. Schofield was employed with Casey Family Programs and transformed Casey’s approach by integrating policies and data from state-level stakeholders with broader, national public policy objectives at the federal level. Before joining Casey, Ms. Schofield was nominated by the President and confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as Assistant Attorney General (AAG) for the Office of Justice Programs at the U.S. Department of Justice. As AAG, she served as the nation’s AMBER Alert Coordinator and instituted Wireless Amber Alerts and Amber Alerts in Native American Communities. She oversaw a range of federal programs, including Project Safe Childhood, the Prisoner Reentry Initiative, and the White House Initiative on Helping America’s Youth, among many other programs.

Before her appointment as Assistant Attorney General, Ms. Schofield was Director of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and White House Liaison at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). In this dual capacity, she served as the Secretary’s senior advisor on all state, local, and tribal issues regarding HHS policies and programs, and she was the primary personnel link between HHS and the White House.

She received her MBA from Jackson State University and her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Mississippi College.

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