National Committee Member
Regina Montoya is a Harvard-trained attorney who has been nationally recognized as one of the top lawyers in the country, and she is a former award-winning television commentator. Ms. Montoya is currently working on a book about the importance of incorporating Latinos into the economic, political and social fabric of America, and she is a frequent public speaker on a wide range of issues including health care, poverty, diversity and children.
In 1993, Ms. Montoya served in the White House as an Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. In 1998, she was nominated by the President to serve as a U.S. Representative to the 53rd Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Previously, Ms. Montoya served as the Senior Vice President, External Relations and General Counsel at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas. She was the chief executive officer of the New America Alliance.
Ms. Montoya is the Chair of the Board of the Mexican American Legal Defense Educational Fund (MALDEF) and Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings’ Task Force on Poverty. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Girls Inc. (National Board), the DFW International Airport (Secretary of the Board), Texas Book Festival, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, the Center for Public Policy Priorities, the Harvard Club of Dallas, ChildCareGroup, the SMU Tate Lecture Series and the Dallas Friday Group, and she serves on the Texas Lyceum Advisory Council.
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