Jasmine Regala is the Associate Director of Programs for the Pacific Council on International Policy, where she works to build a more diverse future in international affairs.
Jasmine joins AWIU at the invitation of Nancy Annick, due to her passion for being “part of a women-led organization that supports other women and is mission-aligned with [her] passion for creating equity.” She looks forward to exploring opportunities at AWIU in the Delegations, International Women of Courage, COIR, and Passports to the Future programs.
At the Pacific Council, Jasmine designed and launched the AMPLIFY Fellowship, a professional leadership development program that provides access and opportunity to traditionally underrepresented voices in foreign affairs. More information about AMPLIFY can be viewed HERE.
Prior to joining the Pacific Council, Jasmine worked for the City of Los Angeles’ Department of Cultural Affairs, creating public art and cultural experiences across LA such as Kent Yoshimura’s “The Song She Sing’s” mural, the Van Nuys Arts Festival, and the Little Armenia Gateway. She also worked for the grammy-award winning Los Angeles Children’s Chorus, managing rehearsals and performances for over 400 choristers across seven different ensembles.
Jasmine received her B.A. in Art History and Communications from the University of California, Riverside. She is a member of the USC Asian Pacific Islander Faculty and Staff Association (APIFSA), an alumnus of the CORO Southern California Lead LA (2020-2021) and the Arts for LA ACTIVATE Cultural Policy program (2016). Jasmine has served on grant panels for the National Endowment for the Arts, the California Arts Council, and was an adjudicator for the Jerry Herman Awards.
Jasmine lives in Pasadena, California, and is a proud Tita Ninang (“Auntie Godmother”) to her two nieces, Chloe (3 years) and Juliet Rose (1 month).