Dominique Goss, MBA
Dominique, a native Philadelphian spent her freshman year at Howard University in Washington DC. She later transferred to Temple University where she received her Bachelor's degree and became more acutely aware of urban centers' socioeconomic issues. In college, she noticed poorer communities had fewer resources, like grocery stores, health centers, and quality schools. She now strives towards bridging the gap nationally for communities challenged with deep inequities.
In 2017, Dominique was featured in Generocity's, "12 people of color leading the social impact charge in Philadelphia. Additionally, she was honored as a 2018 Minority Business Leader by the Philadelphia Business Journal. Most recently, The Philadelphia Inquirer awarded Dominique with the 2019 millennial philanthropist of the year, as the next generation of leaders in philanthropy.
Dominique dedicates her time with organizations impacting economic inequality & the racial wealth gap, financial stability, youth empowerment, and arts & culture. She was recently elected to attend the Greater Philadelphia Economy League's 2018 & 2019 Leadership Exchange in Seattle and Philadelphia. She also currently serves as board member, and chair of the Brandywine Health Foundation's Strategic Plan Accountability committee. She's a board member for the Anti-Violence Partnership and serves as Vice President for She Can Win. Lastly, she's an active member with Emerging Practitioner's in Philanthropy and a 2019-2020 Connecting Leaders Fellow with the Association for Black Foundation Executives (ABFE).
When Dominique isn't trying to change the world by building political power in black and brown communities; she enjoys spending time with family, traveling with friends, and catching the newest shows on Netflix. She's an avid dancer, shopper, and food connoisseur!!