Regennia Johnson attended the University of Oklahoma where she majored in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Spanish and African American Studies. She is most passionate about issues relating to racial and social justice and has plans to dedicate her life as an activist for the African American community. Regennia is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., past OU Lead Delegate for Big XII Council on Black Student Govt., and past president of the OU Chapter of National Association of Black Journalist. She also worked at the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City as an Advocacy Specialist and Records Clerk. She was a tutor on campus, alcohol peer educator, and a teaching assistant for transitioning courses. Regennia co-organized a group of OU students to travel to Ferguson, Missouri and helped with their Election Day duties. She is passionate about being a part of change and believes that the events in Ferguson (and now many other cities) have rekindled a fire to an unanswered question that American Society has tried to ignore for years. She was a former press intern the U.S. Senate through the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. Ultimately Regennia plans to become a political pundit and address disparities in the African American community by virtue of economics, education, health, housing, and the criminal justice system. in 2015, Regennia served as the alumni program Intern where she worked with YP4âs alumni board and the alumni department.