Regina Mouton

Regina Mouton

Regina Mouton is a native of San Francisco and a long-time resident of Oakland. She comes to Oakland Unity High and Middle Schools as an intern pursuing a special education credential and master’s from the University of San Francisco. Regina has a background in arts education ​beginning as an artist-in-residence at East Oakland Youth Development Center after receiving an​ undergraduate degree in painting and printmaking from the San Francisco Art Institute​.​​ She then pursued​ graduate studies in art history at the University of California at Berkeley,​ ​and taught Art History at Mills College and San Francisco State University.  Regina has experience with charter schools as a former trustee on her son’s​ elementary​ school board. As the former director of education at Yerba Buena Center of the Arts, her most ​satisfying accomplishment​ was creating​ a​ training​ and curriculum program​ for K-12 teachers​ that provided tours ​and curriculum ​for contemporary art exhibitions and performances. ​Regina​ believes strongly ​that difference is universal, and is inspired by the commitment of Oakland Unity students and their families.​