...who is dedicated to building equity in BIPOC and queer communities.

She’s currently works on Artist Marketing at Spotify and lives part time between New York and Los Angeles.

She got her start at BBDO New York where she developed 360 campaigns, led (and won) new business pitches. From an NAACP speaker, to spearheading viral campaigns for Lebron James, Pharrell, Doja Cat and more— Dominique has been said to “represent the future of hybrid creatives”. Her work has been recognized ecognized by Cannes, One Show, Webby Awards, Art Director’s Club, D&AD Awards, and more. 

During the peak of the pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement, she raised $50,000 to provide Black people with free mental health services and is the first woman ever to head One School, the industry’s premiere advertising portfolio school for young Black creatives.

In her spare time she plays bass, makes photo-essays, video art, custom mirrors, and all 42 of her houseplants very happy.

She’s been interviewed by Forbes and her personal creative work has been featured in NYLON Magazine .

That said, she needs to update her portfolio. But if you want to see more, it’s in the work highlight on Instagram.

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