Born and raised on Guam, Régine Biscoe Lee is a Strategic Communications/Marketing professional and community advocate and has served in both the public and private sector. In 2009, Régine 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 and was elected delegate for Guam to the 2012 Democratic National Convention. In January 2015, Régine was named the Guam Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Reina A. Leddy Young Professional of the Year. In May 2016, she was again elected delegate for Guam to the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
In 2016, Régine was elected to serve as senator in the 34th Guam Legislature. She served as Legislative Secretary, Chairperson of the Committee on Rules, and Chairperson of the Committee on Innovation and Economic, Workforce and Youth Development.
Régine was re-elected to serve as a senator in the 2018 election. She currently serves as Chairperson of the Committee on Rules and Chairperson of the Committee on Federal and Foreign Affairs, Telecommunications, Technology, and Labor in the 35th Guam Legislature.
RECORD OF SERVICE
Senator, 35th Guam Legislature
Senator, 34th Guam Legislature
Chairwoman, Democratic Party of Guam
Policy Advisor, Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo
Chief of Staff, Senator Tina Muña Barnes
Consultant, Local and Federal government agencies
Chairwoman of the Board of Sanctuary, Incorporated of Guam
Vice President, Soroptimist International of GUam
Vice President, Guam Women’s Club
Board Secretary, Breaking the Cycle – Guam
Founding Board Member, Asian American Action Fund – Young Professionals
Member, Guam Women’s Club
Volunteer: Guam Cancer Care, Guam Young Professionals, Guam Girl Scouts, Micronesian Conservation Coalition and other civic organizations
Academy of Our Lady of Guam
University of Washington, Seattle
Strong Families. Strong Guam.
Our island’s families need safer communities, more educational and employment opportunities and a strong and healthy Guam.
Blas (Dero), Perez (Jeje), Crisostomo, San Nicolas, Calvo, Aguilo (Zambales), Biscocho (Batangas)
Husband: Andy; Children: Mia & Nina
Parents: Captain Michael (US Navy Ret.) & Rosita Aguilo Mahony; Roland Calvo Biscoe
In-laws: Jong Hwa & Choon Yi Lee
Grandparents: Marcelo & Maria “Ellie” Calvo Biscoe; Dominador & Isabel “Beck” Crisostomo Aguilo