is a curator, writer and cultural resources manager. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Philippine Studies majoring in Literature and Art Studies, and a Masters in Museum Studies from the University of the Philippines. She was an arts associate of the National Art Gallery Singapore through Singapore International Foundation in 2010 and a grantee of the Asian Cultural Council in 2012. Her most recent curatorial work is Jose Maceda Projects: Listen to my Music (U.P. Jorge Vargas Museum, 2013) and Media/Art Kitchen: Reality Distortion Field, a project by Japan Foundation involving major cities in Japan and Southeast Asia. Since 2007, she is the Archivist/Collection Manager at the University of the Philippines Center for Ethnomusicology. Yraola created Project Glocal in late 2010.