Dominique is a graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication where she graduated with her Master’s degree in mass communication. Her professional experience spans from news projects for KCET, morning news at KTLA-5, to investigative and in-depth projects on an international level in both graduate school and working with filmmaker George Lucas at JAKS Productions.

As a journalist, Dominique is passionate about covering global issues that bring attention to marginalized groups. Already Dominique has had the opportunity to engage in such work during her time as a graduate student at Arizona State University. As a graduate fellow, she was selected to participate in the Cronkite Borders Initiative, a project where she traveled to Canada to interview migrant farm workers in Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program on the difficulties in accessing health care.

Dominique’s eventual goal is to produce and host her own original series that highlights her skills as a journalist, her passion for people, and hunger for exploration (of the world, and the human mind).