Regina Phillips, MSW
Co-Founder & Professional Consultant
Cross Cultural Community Services
Regina Phillips, MSW, is a co-founder and Chief Operations Officer for Cross Cultural Community Services. Ms. Phillips also works part-time at the Westbrook School Department as their Equity Resource Coordinator. Prior to her work in Westbrook was the Program Manager for the City of Portland Refugee Services program, and family shelter. Ms. Phillips just finished her 6-year membership on the board of United Way of Greater Portland and continues to serve on the Coastal Enterprises, Inc., and Maine Network Partners Board of Directors. She is a member of the Juvenile Restorative Justice Council and co-chair of its Racial Equity Disparities Committee and is the co-chair of the Juvenile Restorative Justice Council. Additionally, Ms. Phillips was a member of the Greater Portland NAACP branch for over 10 years. She served on their Executive Board and, for many years was the Chair of the Education Committee and helped planned the Martin Luther King Jr annual celebration events, which is currently a community-sponsored event. Ms. Phillips grew up in Maine and received her undergraduate degree from Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts. She has a Master of Social Work degree from the University of New England and is a student at Tulane University’s Doctor of Social Work program.
Ms. Phillips has no disclosures.