Dominique Robinson-Coleman contributes a strong background in political organizing, community development, and social justice initiatives as a Community Engagement Associate on Groundswell's dynamic team. With more than ten years of experience in the nonprofit youth development sector, Dominique is dedicated to creating safe and equitable spaces for socioeconomically disadvantaged communities.
In 2018, Dominique relocated to Washington, DC, to participate in the Sacred Sector Fellowship with the Center of Public Justice. There, she combined her passions for creation care, community building, and social justice to create policies that would impact faith-based nonprofits in the Southeast DC community. Since then, she has worked with various social justice organizations, political campaigns, and community-based nonprofits to build and maintain sustainability.
Dominique is an advocate for youth from marginalized communities and is dedicated to creating a better world for future generations. She holds an M.A. in Theological Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary and is working on completing a Master of Theology degree.