Tom served in the US Aiir Force for five years of active duty in Nuclear Security. Three of those years he was in Europe. Tom has an Associate’s degree in Computer Engineering received in 1992.
Pam has an Associate’s degree in Programming received in 1993. She also has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information systems received from High Point University in 2001.
After high school, I attended Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson Tennessee, and the Bear Valley School of Preaching in Denver, Colorado. After 10 years in the ministry, I had a heart attack from stress and was forced to change careers. Went into insurance and did corporate major medical and AFLAC. Transferred to financial planning and retirement planning. Owned First Fidelity Financial in Lexington, NC, and was forced into retirement in June of 2013 with cancer. I painted while recovering which got me through some tuff times. For the last few years, I have conducted extensive research into the Human Trafficking problem in this country. Was totally surprised that it is as big as it is.
I started Human Trafficking rescue, Inc. in 2020 to alleviate the largest problem all of the charities have told me that they have. Money.
Trafficking is an evil that we cannot allow to go on as it is worse than any cancer I have ever seen.
These young people deserve better treatment than what they are getting and as Christians, we have a duty to try to put an end to this evil. Trafficking is the manifestation of pure evil.
Regina Romain is a network television producer, director, scriptwriter, author, and entrepreneur with a legacy of first-time originals. Regina is founder of the nation’s first comedy entertainment magazine (UBTRIPPIN’). A “tell it like it is” magazine wrapped in a comedy package with hard-hitting facts and stories about a comical society. Some featured artists included Jamie Foxx, Margaret Cho, Steve Harvey, Chris Tucker and Arsenio Hall. As one of the first comedians featured, Steve Harvey honored the magazine with his live comedy concert, Still Trippin’. Suggestions have been made to include the magazine in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture.
The very first screenplay Regina wrote “Blood Related” was optioned and the very first Reality TV show Regina created “Burns BBQ” was sold. As producer of Twentieth Television’s three-time Emmy® Award Winning court TV series Cristina’s Court, it became the first court show to win a Daytime Emmy. Regina is also creator of the first local cable program, The Thomas Webb Variety Hour Minus 30, which increased viewer subscriptions to Time Warner. Non-cable viewers subscribed to the cable service just to view the most talked about program on TV. The Thomas Webb Variety Hour Minus 30 is also winner of two Telly Awards for Programming Excellence in Comedy and Entertainment. Regina is also the first to develop religious programs on Houston’s PAX-TV.