Regina Platt, often referred to as the “Stepologist,” is a messenger of hope. She is a community leader who empowers individuals to take the steps forward to obtain their desired outcomes. Regina is a trained Restorative Practitioner, Public Speaker, and One on One Coaching with education in Business Administration. Regina has a unique background working with individuals with mild to severe disabilities, primarily in therapeutic, corrections, and educational environments. She currently teaches Advocacy 101 to incarcerated students, delivering to them a message that “being locked up in jails or prisons does not have to lock you out of future opportunities to step into you own destinies.” Regina serves as a Facilitator for Topeka United’s 1st Mosaic Partner Pairs. She believes that it is each of our differences that make the difference as we work together to restore, revive and unite communities. Regina’s love for people and passion for healing has motivated her for the past 20 years to serve and help others discover their own potential, including her current employment at Lawrence-Gar.