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Regina Williams is responsible for leading the strategic investment of United Way of Tarrant County’s financial and non-financial resources to improve outcomes for individuals and families in Tarrant County. She provides leadership, strategic vision and direction to the organization in community outreach, allocations and volunteer engagement, and provides supervision of our youth gun violence prevention initiative, veteran and tax assistance programs and regional offices. Prior to this role, Regina served as vice president of Community Investment and regional director of United Way of Tarrant County-Greater Arlington starting in 2018.

Regina brings vast experience in strategic planning, program development and management, with capable, effective leadership. Prior to joining UWTC, she was a social worker and grant and community partnership manager at Fort Worth’s historic Dunbar High School.

She is involved in and serves in board leadership roles with several local organizations, including Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated and Leadership Arlington. She earned a Master of Social Work from Missouri State University and is licensed in the state of Texas as a social worker.