Regina Bier graduated from the College of Liberal Arts with a degree in Anthropology in 1987. In 1991 she started her career in law enforcement and is currently a detective with the Kettering Police Department. As a detective she works in the areas of crimes against the family, children and the elderly. She is also involved in crime scene investigation and underwater evidence recovery.
Regina became involved in the Wright State Scuba Diving Program in 1986. She continued her diving education to the level of course director, with the National Association of Underwater Instructors. In 1994 she started as an adjunct instructor with Wright State in the Department of Kinesiology and Health. Regina is now the Program Coordinator for the WSU Scuba Program. She has developed the program to educate students up to the level of Scuba Diving Instructor. In 2010 she started an underwater education internship program with the Newport Aquarium in Newport, Kentucky. With the combination of her work in underwater education and underwater crime scene investigation, Regina was inducted into the Women Divers Hall of Fame in 2011. She was awarded the National Association of Underwater Instructors Outstanding Service Award for her contributions to underwater education in 2011 and she was selected in 2012 as one of the Top 25 Women to Watch in the Miami Valley by the Women in Business Networking Organization.