Regina Flores-Dunda is a 17-year veteran educator who has lived, learned, and taught through an equity lens her entire life. In her role as Co-Owner of Sol-Via Modern Arts, Regina has developed and delivered engaging, hands-on, and relevant professional development for teachers and administrators in multiple focus areas including Culturally Responsive Education, Arts Integration, Unit Writing, Project-Based Learning, Best Instructional Practices and Positive Classroom Management. In 2017, Regina led 18 schools in the pilot Opportunity Gap Cohort project for Denver Public Schools and was trained in Root Cause Analysis by Dr. Edward Fergus, author of "Solving Disproportionality and Achieving Equity: A Leader's Guide to Using Data to Change Hearts and Minds."
Expertise in Adult Learning, Music Education, Culturally Responsive Education, Curriculum Development and Arts Integration.
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BME, University of Colorado-Boulder MME, Boston University
In 1997, Regina was the first Latina to represent the state of Colorado in the Miss America Pageant and has been featured in People Magazine and on numerous network and cable news shows. Her passion for youth and leadership has lead her to volunteer for Junior Achievement and Girl Scouts of Colorado. Regina now sings with the Spirituals Project Choir at the University of Denver. She and her entrepreneur husband, David, reside in Centennial, Colorado and enjoy fostering a love of life with their three intelligent and talented daughters.
English Language Arts, Vocabulary, Specialty, Math, Science, Social Studies - History, Native Americans, U.S. History, World History, Arts & Music, Visual Arts, Other (Arts), Music, Music Composition, Vocal Music, Physical Education, Drama, Education, Geography, Other (Social Studies - History), Other (ELA), Life Skills, For All Subject Areas, Character Education, Dance, Close Reading