Workshop: Living abroad
Regina Fuller is a teacher, education advocate, and avid traveler. Born and raised in South Carolina, Regina has traveled to over 18 countries through a variety of scholarships and fellowships. While majoring in Spanish at Wofford College, she studied abroad in the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and South Africa. In the her final year at Wofford, Regina was named the Wofford Presidential International Scholar, a yearlong paid fellowship to travel around the Global South. In total, she visited 12 countries in Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East as she explored music and identity in the African Diaspora. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa, Regina pursued a master of arts in African Studies at the University of Ghana Legon with a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship. Most recently, she taught English in Campo Grande, Brazil as a U.S. Fulbright English Teaching Assistant. Currently, Regina is based in Washington, DC where she is pursuing her passion of education and social media with the Data Quality Campaign. In her spare time, she enjoys dancing to Afrobeats, cooking vegetarian recipes, and dreaming of her return to sunny, warm West Africa.