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In 2006, Dominique received her B.A. in Psychology from The Ohio State University. She continued on with her graduate studies in the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at the University of Iowa. During this time, she gained experience in various counseling settings (e.g. university counseling centers, department of corrections) and participated on various research teams (e.g. career research, immigrant youth). Of these, Dominique became most interested in focusing on assisting youth and adolescents in an academic setting. During the latter part of her graduate career, she began to focus her efforts on working with youth-oriented non-profit organizations, even structuring her internship to include work with 3 local organizations.
After receiving her PhD from the University of Iowa, Dominique continues to remain youth-focused, offering academic and vocational services to students in various capacities, including her current role as a Multicultural Specialist with the Center for Diversity and Enrichment at the University of Iowa. Dominique is also a proud member of the Iowa Psychological Association, American Psychological Association, and MENSA.
Outside of work, Dominique loves playing basketball, going bowling and to the movies, and adding to her sneaker knowledge and collection.
“Before there can be many, there has to be one.” -Unknown