Serving her third term on the Board of Education, Director Regan was elected to the Board in 2003 and re-elected in 2007 and 2011, and has served previously as co-chair for two years. After earning her B.A. in Political Science, Director Regan served as a legislative assistant for three years to a U.S. Congressman in Washington, D.C. She has 20 years of business experience, specializing in marketing communications.
Volunteer service includes serving as a classroom volunteer, PTA president at two schools, site council co-chair, and vice president of Community & Parents for Public Schools. She has been a leader in several local school funding campaigns and was the co-founder of HOPE, which successfully lobbied for the nation’s only county income tax to support schools.
In 2012, Director Regan was appointed to the board of the statewide Oregon School Boards Association (OSBA). She lobbies on a statewide basis in advocating for public education, and was appointed to a statewide virtual schools task force.
Director Regan lives in NW Portland and has two sons, both graduates of Portland Public Schools.