REGINA R. ROBERTSON is an award-winning author, scriptwriter, journalist and dreamer.

Her words have been spoken by Rihanna, Angela Bassett and Trevor Noah, as well as Viola Davis, Kerry Washington, Billy Porter and Lester Holt, to name a few. Since teaming with Roc Nation for the 2nd Annual Diamond Ball, she has crafted scripts for the 2020 TIME100, Global Citizen’s Global Goal: Unite for Our Future, iHeartRadio Music Awards and BET Her Fights: Breast Cancer, as well as pre-shows for the BET Awards, Soul Train Awards and NAACP Image Awards.

In 2017, Robertson edited the anthology, He Never Came Home: Interviews, Stories, and Essays from Daughters on Life Without Their Fathers (Agate Bolden), which includes a foreword by Joy Reid and as-told-to essays by Regina King and Gabrielle Reece, among them.

As West Coast Editor at Essence magazine, she penned over 20 cover stories, the digital column, View from the West, and scripts for live events including the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards and the Empowerment Experience at the Essence Music Festival. Along with her work being published in O, the Oprah Magazine, on and The Associated Press newswire, she has been quoted in The Los Angeles Times and appeared as a featured guest on CNN International, MSNBC, SiriusXM Radio, The Talk, The Real, Access Live, NPR, Black News Channel and KTLA-TV.

A New York native and graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, Robertson remains focused on expanding her repertoire. She is based in Los Angeles.

He Never Came Home

Interviews, Stories, and Essays from Daughters on Life Without Their Fathers