Regina Chaney is a Senior Housing Education Specialist in the Center for Housing Education at Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) of Virginia. During her 25-year tenure at HOME, she served as the director of homeownership counseling programs, director of counseling services and community relations coordinator. A long-time proponent of fair housing issues, Regina participated in the first redlining challenge in the South to decry a practice in which banks discriminated against prospective borrowers in low- and middle-income income neighborhoods.
Regina also currently serves on the Board of the Local Initiative Support Corporation (LISC). She was a founding Board member of Richmond Habitat for Humanity and served the Virginia Federation of Housing Counselors as president and treasurer. She is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University.