Born in Seoul, South Korea, Regina Censullo considers herself a citizen of a global community. Passionate about embracing causes that affect the lives of women and children, she worked for the Ms. Foundation for Women, then The New York Asian Women’s Center as a counselor and training coordinator to advocate for battered women and children. In 1996, Regina joined the 1199 Training and Employment Funds as an external training consultant for the Family of Funds. For years, she worked with the Job Security Fund, training laid-off members. While spending thousands of hours with 1199 members, providing counseling, training, and coaching, she developed an enormous appreciation for what healthcare workers provide to our society and for the challenges they face in this changing environment.
In 2007, Regina joined the 1199 Training and Employment Funds as a full-time employee. She managed grants for trainings of approximately 7,000 displaced healthcare workers. In 2010, she joined the Labor Management Project as a consultant. Since then, she has led the Labor and Management collaborative approach to develop and implement grant-funded programs such as the Electronic Medical Records program and the Patient Centered Care program.
As a Labor Management Consultant, Regina is working with the Mount Sinai Health System to improve their HCAHPS scores. Regina provides consulting in the areas of labor and management relationship, performance improvement and organizational development. She studied economics at Bryn Mawr College and earned a MBA degree in Global Management. In addition, she has earned a Master Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certificate.