Regan is committed to community service and advocacy. She has spent over a decade serving everyday people in helping to reduce the stigma of mental health and substance abuse disorder, collaborating with community police departments, social service clients and non-profits throughout our community.
A cancer survivor, Regan Phillips understands first hand the barriers everyday people face navigating healthcare systems.
Regan actively fulfills various roles on non-profit boards across Lorain County. She is immersed in the community and has a front seat in the lives of everyday people.
Regan is ready to take her experience and leadership to the Ohio House of Representatives to make real change in the lives of people in our community. She believes this will take new and fresh ideas our community needs and deserves.
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