Regina English is the Executive Director Emeritus and a Board member-at-large for National Cancer Center. She joined National Cancer Center in 2000 as a Board Member and was hired to be the organization’s Executive Director when the former Executive Director retired. In that role she oversees all aspects of the administration, including serving as chief liaison to the Board of Directors and the Scientific Advisory Board, as well as supervises fundraising, special events and public relations.
After graduating from Hunter College, Regina joined Conover Mast Publications public relations, rising to become Production Supervisor of Volume Feeding Magazine. Next, she joined the New York City public relations firm England Strohl/DeNigris where she served as Vice President, managing the AT&T account, among others.
Regina worked on Teddy Kennedy’s presidential campaign with a focus on press relations, special events and public outreach. Regina’s late husband, John F. (Jack) English, founded the law firm Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, serving as trusted advisor to presidents from John F. Kennedy to Jimmy Carter, as well as to United States senators and other prominent politicians. When Jack passed away from colon cancer, Regina dedicated herself to NCC and finding a cancer cure through funding research.