Regina Walton

Oakland, CA USA

Professional Experience

Named one of the "Top Community Managers Working in 2017", I offer a strong, verifiable record of accomplishment. I have a broad range of experience and education. I've zoned in on marketing and events have been at it since 2006 when I started a blog about my life and experiences while living abroad in Seoul, South Korea. If you're a hiring manager or recruiter that understands that you figure life out as you go and that life, like startups, involves some pivots, please reach out.


Copy Editor
6 Years
6 Years
Other, Specify
7 Years


Arts & Humanities
4 Years
6 Years
8 Years


Academia Teaching
8 Years
Newspaper - National
2 Years
Marketing (firm) - Small to mid-sized corp. cl
6 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

8 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

The Next Wave (10+), Groove Korea Magazine (1-2), Dynasty Magazine (China Air\'s inflight mag) (1-2), Korea Herald (10+), (10+)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Martignetti Planned Giving Advisors, LLC (10+), Reach Personal Branding (10+), Madison & Mulholland (1-2), Salesforce (1-2), Pole To Win (10+)

Other Work History

college level EFL teacher, fraud investigator (workers' comp insurance)

Foreign Language Skills

basic Korean, French and German

Computer Skills

Microsoft Office, Adobe, basic HTML/CSS and photo editing.


voice recorder, digital camera and computer

Work Permits & Visas

US citizen


References available upon request. There are also some on my profile (the link is provided below.)


Blog and Website Work

My write up of the 2009 Primetime Emmy Award red carper fashion
My interview with Elliott Ashby, a black expatriate living in South Korea. Written for's "Expat Diaries". It's a weekly column detailing the varied experiences of Black Americans living abroad.
20 great fashion applications for your iPhone.
My analysis of why Cyworld US, the American version of a very popular social networking site based in South Korea, failed in the USA.
My personal blog which can give you another perspective on my writing style and what I've written about in the past.
A Q&A with Diane Pernet for
My write up of Christian Siriano's New York Fashion week SS10 show
A humorous fashion critique written for FMS.
My interview with fashion icon Diane Pernet regarding the causes she supports.
My piece on the 2009 CityParks Tennis fundraiser at the US Open
A podcast I recorded back in 2006 talking about my experiences as a black American living, working and going to school in South Korea. It's a podcast that still gets comments, and I've gotten a lot of positive feedback for it.
My backstage video interview at Seoul Fashion Week F/W 08 with Korean designer of men's fashion, Choi Bum Suk.
A write up on Prada's Transformer in Seoul, South Korea
Dunhill Heist Traveller Leather Collection 2009
My interview with Jason McGerr and Nick Harmer of Death Cab for Cutie. In this one we discuss their charity and non-profit interests and activities.
Story about two travel bloggers subject to aggressive tactics by the TSA.
Write up of Alicia Keys' fundraising for the Keep a Child Alive organization at her April 5, 2008 concert in Los Angeles, CA


An interview profiling me as one of the who's who in Seoul.
An interview of me by Patrick Hinshaw for Groove Korea Magazine (note - it's in .pdf format but view it at 40% or 50% as it's a large file).
The list we’ve put together includes the nominees for CMAD’s 2017 Community Manager of the Year, as well as a collection of community managers we’ve compiled over the years based on feedback from the CMX community.

Newspaper and Magazine work

My interview with DJ Vadim of the UK/Brooklyn-based hip-hop group One Self
Part four in a series I'm writing on various religious services available for expatriates in Seoul and other locations in South Korea.
An interview with four members of Cirque du Soleil's touring production, Alegria. This was written for Dynasty Magazine, China Airlines inflight magazine. The article was translated into Mandarin Chinese and published in their January 2009 relaunch issue.
My interview with DMC before his performance at the opening of the Hard Rock Cafe in Seoul.
My interview with light artist Alexandre Kolinka
Part two in a series I'm writing on various religious services available for expatriates in Seoul and other locations in South Korea.
An exclusive interview with Ne-yo written for the Culture section of the Korea Herald.
My interview with Adalia Ellis, teacher, on how she created a history of hip-hop course to help Koreans have a better understanding of black American culture.
My interview with hip-hop journalist Jeff Chang at the R-16 dance competition in Suwon, South Korea.
My interview with two performers from Cirque du Soleil's Alegria.
My interview with style and fashion icon Diane Pernet
An op-ed piece on President Obama
My interview with Dan Schulte, owner of the Kabinett Wine Bar in Seoul.
My interview with Jason McGerr and Nick Harmer from Death Cab for Cutie

Legal, policy and academic work

Abstract: This thesis analyses how norm enforcement in international society emerges. It argues that norm enforcement is changed at the point of institutionalization. Similar to the process of norm emergence there has to be a critical mass of players that are convinced to gain support from the international community to enact or to increase the level of norm enforcement. To examine this theory, this study focuses on The Bush Doctrine and its attempt to increase the level of punishment on Iraq in the lead up to the Second Gulf War. It explores this by comparing the case with other cases where norm enforcement has been enacted or increased by international society. It also analyses why the Bush Doctrine was unsuccessful through concepts of norm enforcement, conceptual models of political analysis including liberalism and realism and the legal and organizational construct of the international laws of war.
an article on a land conservation and US Federal income tax case - written when I was in law school