Antonio Regulier is revered as a transformational leader by his family, peers and colleagues. He is leading Project M.O.V.E. (Mobilizing Opportunities for Volunteer Experience) Buffalo — an AmeriCorps program under Corporation for National and Community Service — in the Office of the Mayor, in the Division of Citizen Services. This anti-poverty initiative builds on neighborhood revitalization through beautification, outreach, and community development. Born in Haiti, Antonio was raised on Long Island, New York. He was conferred concurrent degrees in Social Work and English from the State University of New York at Fredonia. A Graduate Diversity Fellow at Buffalo State, he is a candidate for a Master of Public Administration degree and a senator in student government. Antonio has research interest in mental health, culture and identity, and arts integration for social change. A classically trained dancer and aspiring writer, he enjoys fitness, reading, and traveling.
Updated May 2018