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NAME: Regine Biscoe Lee
RACE: Senatorial
PARTY: Democrat
VILLAGE: Tamuning
CONTACT:  Shannon Murphy
BIO:
Born and raised on Guam, Regine Biscoe Lee is a Communications/Marketing professional and community advocate and has served in both the public and private sector. In 2009, Regine was named one of the "100 Most Influential Women in the U.S." by the Filipina Women's Network for her work on behalf of the rights of WWII Filipino Veterans. In 2011, she received a FLAG (Filipino Ladies Association of Guam) Sampaguita Award. In January 2015, Regine was named the Guam Chamber of Commerce's 2014 Reina A. Leddy Young Professional of the Year. Regine was elected delegate for Guam to both the 2012 & 2016 Democratic National Conventions.

After over a decade of education and political work in the U.S., Regine returned home to use her experience in policy and constituent advocacy to benefit the people of Guam. In the seven years since returning, she has publicly served as Policy Advisor for Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo (D-Gu) and Chief of Staff for Senator Tina Muña Barnes, as well as a consultant to local and federal government agencies and various local businesses.  Regine has served as Chairwoman of the Board at Sanctuary, Incorporated of Guam, Board Secretary of Breaking the Cycle - Guam, Vice President of Soroptimist International of Guam, Vice President of the Guam Women’s Club and volunteer for Guam Cancer Care, the Guam Young Professionals, the Guam Girl Scouts, Micronesian Conservation Coalition and other civic organizations. Ms. Lee is a graduate of the Academy of Our Lady of Guam and the University of Washington. Regine & her husband, Andy reside in Tumon with their daughters, Mia & Nina.

FAMILIA. Blas (Dero), Perez (Jeje), Crisostomo, San Nicolas; Parents - Captain Michael (US Navy Ret.) & Rosita Aguilo Mahony, Roland Calvo Biscoe; Siblings: Christian & Rachel Eusebio, Stephen Biscoe, Christopher Biscoe, Jordan & Donna Lee Suh; In-Laws - Jong Hwa & Choon Yi Lee; Grandparents - Marcelo & Maria "Ellie" Calvo Biscoe; Dominador & Isabel "Beck" Crisostomo Aguilo

STRONG FAMILIES. STRONG GUAM. As your Senator, Regine will continue to advocate for building stronger communities, growing our island’s economy and promoting healthy families and a healthy Guam. Si Yu’os Ma'ase’ for your consideration and thank you in advance for your vote and support for strong families and a strong Guam.

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