Bio: Greetings and welcome to La Profesora's Pen. I am Regina Garcia, aka "La Profesora," College English Professor and Global Programs Coordinator, as well as a writer, narrator, speaker, performer, podcaster, and spoken word artist. My home base in Greenville, NC, and I am a wife of a wonderful guy, and the mother of three immensely talented sons, and the mother-in-love of a beautiful daughter! I am a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (BA Speech Communications-Oral Interpretation of Literature) and East Carolina University where I received a MAEd in Education with a focus Adult Education, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Multicultural and Transnational Literature. Beyond my educational and professional life, I operate within my faith system, and I am involved in a variety of civic and service organizations, as well. As a communicative social justice advocate (scribe, educator, artistic proclaimer), my goal is to help others experience their best lives through the promotion of critical thought in regards to personal and societal life improvement, adjustment, and transformation. One of my great passions is writing documentary poetry. Among my work in this area, I was the featured documentary poet and narrator for The Black Light Project, which was featured on a Grammy Award winning episode of Muse: An Arts Show, Episode 217 on PBS. I thank you for joining me here! Blessings to you!