Regina Florine Graham is an experienced and world travelled, multi-platform journalist who has reported on hundreds of stories that include politics, law enforcement, celebrity news, breaking news and sports.
She is currently a reporter for the Daily Mail, the world’s most read English news website
with over 226 million unique monthly visitors. Regina has reported on hundreds of historical events and breaking news stories since joining the Daily Mail in 2015. Some of the top stories that Regina has covered include the following: the Obama family post-White House, the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, the 2016 presidential election, various police shootings, Black Lives Matter protests and terrorism both abroad and in the U.S.
Regina has previously worked at CBS Radio Network as a producer writing original and
breaking news stories for both television and radio station websites across the country.
Before joining CBS Radio Network, Regina worked at WCBS Channel 2 in New York City as a Weekend Producer for CBS New York Plus digital channel. She assisted in the coverage of various breaking news stories, including the Empire State Building Shooting Spree, Hurricane Sandy and the Rutgers Basketball Scandal.
Furthermore, Regina thrived as a summer reporter in South Africa where she wrote over 40 stories for the print and digital version of the Cape Times newspaper in 2011. She covered and reported on events and issues within Cape Town and the surrounding townships, including former First Lady Michelle Obama’s visit to South Africa, sex trafficking, homelessness and political events with Cape Town’s former mayor, Patricia de Lille.
Before moving to New York in 2012, Regina worked for CNN in Los Angeles where she
assisted in coordinating news content for over 900 television stations around the globe.
During her time at CNN, she organized news teams for breaking news coverage, fact
checked stories, sourced breaking news information and booked studio guests. She also
held the same role at CNN’s headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.
In addition to her work, Regina was one of six people selected for the prestigious Carnegie-Knight Foundation’s News21 Fellowship which resulted in a digital project being published for The Guardian.
A Sacramento native, Regina graduated from the University of Southern California
Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism earning a Master of Arts degree in Journalism in 2012. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Spelman College in 2010, where she was a National Association of Black Journalists CNN Scholar.
Regina is an active member of Zeta Nu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. where she volunteers and serves on the executive board as the Ivy Leaf Reporter. She is also the treasurer for the New York Chapter of the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College.