Regina Jackson-Edwards is a native of High Point, NC. In 2007, after having a stroke at the age of 35, she had an "Epiphany" that her work here on earth was not done and thus The Epiphany Foundation was born.
During her subsequent recovery, her vision for the foundation and the women it was to serve was solidified. Her goals were two-fold mentoring and providing guidance to young women and to help them uncover and deal with past heartaches and pain in order to move forward and find their divine purpose in life.
Regina firmly believes she was designed to Empower and enrich the lives of young women everywhere! She brings experience as a single mother, buisness woman, strong women, and a woman with a positive approach to negative situations while overcoming poverty, depression & identity issues. Her most notable accomplishment has been overcoming her experience with Domestic Violence and beating the odds to make a better life for her and her children!
Regina's motto (Pray Until Something Happens) and her unwavering faith
gave her the strength and courage throughout the hard times in her life. She is committed to giving back, serving others and ensuring young women are equipped with the nescessary tools to become strong, independant and empowered to discover their divine purpose in life!
Regina married her husband, Brent Edwards in November 2010. Together they instill principles, values and standards into their four children, Jamal, Demetrius, Kiana & Genesis as well as their granddaughter, Imani!
Regina J. Edwards professional career has kept her humble as she has worked with the underprividlege and the with the underserved communities for over 17 years in the Greater Greensboro area in various leadership roles.
Regina J. Edwards