Things may come to those who wait, but only things left by those who hustle.
– Abraham Lincoln
Joan by Donald Soto. This is the biography of an illiterate teenage peasant girl who followed her vision from God and changed a nation.
Galaxy Quest. I grew up watching Star Trek every Thursday night with my dad. This is a hilarious parody of the TV show that even my kids enjoy!
I’ve been a ballroom dancer since 2005. My partner and I perform in Showcases and Exhibitions. We also owned the Joyful Ballroom Event Center in Westminster.
As an Education Policy Center Research Associate, Regina Composanto combines her previous work expertise with her passion to improve education for all Colorado children. During her 34-year sales management career with Procter & Gamble, a Fortune 50 company, Regina regularly conducted statistical analysis. One highlight was her collaboration with the University of Colorado to conduct local market research on shopping habits that resulted in significant long term business gains from enhanced marketing plans.
Regina was the Co-Chair of EdForum, a grassroots advocacy and policy group dedicated to improving the quality of education for all students in Adams County. EdForum helps parents advocate for their children at local school board meetings; understand policy changes that negatively impact children; and hold schools accountable to focus on reading, writing and math.
Regina is an accomplished public speaker having given numerous training sessions and presentations to large and small groups during her 34-year career with Procter & Gamble as well as her work with EdForum.
Regina is currently a member of the Adams 12 District Accountability Committee which is a Board of Education committee focused on making recommendations for district spending priorities, new charter school applications and charter renewals as well as Unified Improvement Plan content and initiatives while performing outreach and providing support to the School Accountability Committees. Regina finds pure joy in volunteering each week in a public school classroom as it is a reminder of those who matter most.
Regina’s favorite role has always been being a mom. She is blessed to have one daughter and one son who are now successful adults.