Listen to a voice who speaks not only to immigrant women but to all women about impactful issues we face in our lives as individuals and as citizens of this great nation. Reina Howard was born in El Salvador to an American father and Salvadoran mother. She came from El Salvador in the late 1980s during a time of severe political turmoil and attacks from the Communists guerrillas on the population and financial targets that were devastating to the economy. Join in Reina’s passion in discussing and learning the views of women of different backgrounds concerning our present and future. She is unafraid of political correctness and says what she feels women need to hear coming from a background that lived it. Reina is living her American Dream as she finishes her Masters degree in professional counseling and is working with children and adolescents who have behavioral problems.
Reina Howard is married with three young adult children – one son and two step children. She is a proud mom when she notes, one is working on his Masters degree, and two of them working on their Bachelors degree.
Reina will be finishing her Masters degree in professional counseling in early 2014. She just started a new job working with children and adolescents who have behavioral problems. She will work with them at their schools and/or at their homes.
Reina was born in El Salvador to an American father and a Salvadoran mother. She came to the United States from El Salvador in the late 1980s during a time of severe political turmoil, and attacks from the Communists guerrillas on the population and financial targets which devastated the economy.
She has lived under socialism and communism and has a lot to say about the realities of both outside the romanticizing of them by some. She is active politically.
Her interests include politics, gardening, crocheting, drawing, painting, cooking, walking, dancing at home for exercise and writing. Reina says, “I am thrilled about sharing and interacting with the readers of the Women Voices Magazine and excited about the subjects and issues we will discuss. Thank you for reading my column and I am looking forward to hearing from you!”