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Regina Bernard-Carreño, PhD

Regina Bernard-Carreño is a writer and professor in New York City. She holds graduate degrees from Columbia University and The Graduate and University Center (CUNY), including an MA in African American Studies and a PhD in Urban Education. She now teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Youth Studies at the School of Professional Studies (CUNY), but previously served as the Chair of Black and Latino Studies at Baruch College. She has published three books on feminism, Black Studies and Nuyorican Poetry, as well as, articles for magazines such as Audubon, Good Housekeeping, Breathe (UK), and more. Dr. Bernard is currently at work on several creative projects, most of them dealing with wellness and women of color.