Step into your Rhythm is to meet your needs in person and virtually. Offered services include but are not limited to Keynotes, Motivational speaking, Emceeing, Poetry, One on One coaching, Restorative Practice Circle Keeper and training facilitator, and staff mediation.
Regina Platt often referred to as the "Stepologist," is a messenger of hope. She is a tenacious servant leader who empowers individuals and communities to take the steps forward to obtain their desired outcomes. Regina is a trained Restorative Practitioner, skilled Public Speaker, Published Author, and One on One Coaching with education in Business Administration. On April 27, 2022, in Gary, Indiana, she was appointed World Civility Ambassador and on May 14, 2022, United Graduate College and Seminary International honored Regina Platt with an honorary degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Humanities.
Regina knows that to live is to step intentionally purposed to breathe life and light into the world. She possesses a unique background working with individuals with mild to severe disabilities, primarily in therapeutic, corrections, and educational environments. She currently serves as Racial Justice Coordinator and Community Advocate with YWCA Northeast Kansas. As she facilitates, advocates, and supports Northeast Kansas to step forward, she is bridging the hearts of companies and communities to progress forward inclusively unified. In 2020 Dr. Regina began transforming what she thought would be Ignite Resounding into Step Into Your Rhythm a world initiative that called forth individuals, families, businesses, and nations to reclaim their steps by mastering their own rhythms
Additionally, Regina ran for City Council in 2021. While on this journey, she wrote and published "Released" and partnered in writing the "Almanic of Rising Stars" with a group of powerful change agents. She believes that each of our differences makes a difference as we work together to restore, revive, and unite communities. For the past 25 years, her life has resonated to serve and help others discover their potential. During her time at Kansas Juvenile Corrections she developed the following two programs While others have allowed themselves to become stuck because of Covid, culture, and trauma wounds, as a servant leader, she has chosen to step into her call, allowing her to lay paths to equip others to step forward. While at KJCC she facilitated Advocacy 101 to incarcerated students, delivering to them a message that "being locked up in jails or prisons does not have to lock you out of future opportunities to step into your true destinies." In addition, Regina has served as a Facilitator for Topeka United equipping Mosaic Partner Pairs to step forward successfully. As a Restorative Practitioner, she effectively facilitates training, healing, and community-building circles locally and nationally through KIPCOR and NACRJ, Regina is contracted for speaking, peace and community-building circles, and staff mediation.