Jasmine Regala is the Associate Director of Programs for the Pacific Council on International Policy. In this role, Jasmine serves as the lead administrator of programs and helps develop projects from the ideation phase to scalable programs with tangible community impact.
Prior to joining the Pacific Council, Jasmine worked for the City of Los Angeles’ Department of Cultural Affairs’ Public Art Division managing the Arts Development Fee Program. She worked collaboratively with different Council Offices, City agencies, and various stakeholders to create and implement public artwork and cultural experiences that are reflective of each local neighborhood across Los Angeles, ensuring the artwork reflects and represents the diverse community of Los Angeles. She also worked in the nonprofit sector as the Associate Chorus Manager for the Los Angeles Children’s Chorus, managing rehearsals, performances, regional choral exchanges, and international tours for over 400 choristers across seven different choral ensembles.
Jasmine received her B.A. at the University of California, Riverside in Art History and Communications. She is an alumnus of both the CORO Southern California Lead LA program and the Arts for LA ACTIVATE Cultural Policy program. Jasmine is a native Angeleno, loves traveling, and is a foster fail dog mom to a senior pup named Momo, who is blind and deaf (and is the love of her life).