About Dallas Institute

Regina Levine

Regina Levine

Faculty Member

A native of Dallas, TX, Regina has dedicated her career to improving the lives of children and young adults in her community. Believing that every young person deserves a chance to succeed in life. Regina joined the team in January of 2020 and currently teaches General Psychology.

With a Bachelor degree in Social Work from Stephen F. Austin State University and Master’s degrees in Professional Counseling and Social Work from Texas A&M University-Commerce, Regina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

Regina currently serves on the board of the Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance. Where she continues to use her voice to advocate for homeless and foster care youth. She has served as an advisor and consultant for other start-up non-profit agencies. She has also served as a Grant Reviewer for Federal Government Programs. She has actively participated in the Center of Non-profit Management Leadership Circle, and Non-profit Leadership Certificate Program through Southern Methodist University

Regina has spent the last 16 years working with homeless, runaway and at-risk youth at Promise House. During her years at Promise House Regina has risen through the ranks. First as a counseling intern, then Program Manager of various program to 4 years ago stepping into her current role as Chief Program Officer. She teaches General Psychology for Dallas Institute.