Regina Stockus | Script Revolution
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Regina Stockus


Regina was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Lithuanian parents. Raised in the Amazon Rainforests; her childhood was filled with adventures, contributing to developing her very creative imagination. In 1960 her entire family immigrated to Canada.     Regina started to write when still in Junior School.        Over the years she continued writing developing her story writing skills, resulting in her writing and publishing over 10 books, 4 screenplays, 4 research papers and text books on Eco-Tourism.

Regina was also involved in helping to produce a special Documentary on the Hakka People of Taiwan and China. This documentary won best documentary from the top Chinese Station; CCTV.

  After graduating from Western University and later working with CIDA* and CESO* in the sectors of “Tourism Development in Emerging Markets;” she was invited in 2002 help run a Hotel Training Management College in Beijing. She was given the position of Professor of Economics and Tourism Development for Huizhou University in China; an international University located on the mainland, not far from Hong Kong. (She can now also speak Mandarin)

In December of 2018 she moved back to Canada, specifically to Chatham, Ontario where she once ran a Hotel/Tavern in Grande Pointe in the early 1980’s, located near Lake St. Clair. It was called The Halfway Hotel.

Acclimatizing to her new life in Chatham was challenging as jobs were scarce to find in her field, but in early 2019 she managed to secure a position as Leasing and Events Manager for our DCC (Downtown Chatham Center Mall). Never dissuaded from any challenge, she combined her skills as an Event Specialist with her love for art organizing several Art Exhibitions created as fund raisers for the W.I.S.H center in October of 2019 and another Fund Raiser for R.O.C.K. Missions in December of 2020.

Her continued devotion to anything Environmental combined with her passion for writing and photography motivated her to create the Book; CELELBRATING OUR MARSHLANDS.

 Regina is excited about these projects; allowing her to combine her love for writing, and photography.