Mike Regina is intentional. He is an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, a family man, a team player, and a leader who thrives on observing the masses and doing the opposite. Mike does it better, too.
Getting up at 3:30 am to attack each day is just the beginning. Connecting 1,000s of people a year strategically for the purposes of growing their business is not a typical model for growing a company. Creating a multi-million-dollar business that doesn’t compete on price is a classic blue ocean strategy.
Mike’s entrepreneurial journey started when he launched a car wash and detailing business in high school. He understood at a young age that working for others would put him in a box and be a lid on his achievements. Additionally, Mike recognized that delivering a great product and service with a smile and a genuine interest for each client was critical to a successful business.
Mike has since developed key strategies to remove the lid by being intentional, impactful and reciprocal within his communities. He continued his unrelenting entrepreneurial drive by co-founding multiple companies, including Big Sky Enterprises, a construction management firm specializing in healthcare, non- profits and automotive in 2003 and Global Post Auditing Solutions in 2016, a leader and disrupter in transportation freight solutions for Fortune 500 companies.
Mike currently resides in Haddonfield, New Jersey with his wife and three children. Surfing, golfing and exercising still keep his competitive blood flowing as they have since his youth. When not fostering personal and professional community development, he is often found at the athletic fields supporting his kids.
Associate Director, Government Affairs
Mollie monitors federal legislative and regulatory issues including fraud and abuse, Medicare coverage and reimbursement, and healthcare payment and delivery reform. Mollie also represents MGMA in Washington in front of federal agencies, congressional offices, and coalition groups.
Previously, she worked as an attorney at the Social Security Administration, where she was responsible for advising on the accuracy of disability determinations and drafting appellate decisions on behalf of administrative judges.
Mollie earned a law degree from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law in 2014 and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Radford University.
Sam Cohen, JD, MPP, is Curi’s Senior Vice President for Health Policy. Sam uses his health policy knowledge and his background as a healthcare attorney to help physicians and medical practices navigate the opportunities and risks presented by the many changes to the healthcare environment. Prior to Curi, Sam spent nearly a decade providing healthcare regulatory counsel, focusing on issues ranging from fraud and abuse compliance to general regulatory compliance, HIPAA, and value-based care issues. Sam holds a JD from Harvard Law School, a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School, and a BA from Harvard University.