Regina Lane is a social activist, author, publisher, public speaker and screen writer. Regina has dedicated her career to social justice and campaigned in various human rights, environmental and international development organisations from Melbourne to London and New York. Her memoir, ‘Saving St Brigid’s’, about a community in South West Victoria who stood up against the Catholic Church to save their church and hall, was dubbed by The Age ‘a once in a blue moon book…it knocks your socks off’. She is currently adapting it for film. Regina is also a writing coach and publisher who assists individuals and organisations in bringing their books to life.