Domenica is an Ecuadorian immigrant with a passion for advocating policies that result in equal opportunities for all. Having grown up witnessing the societal and economic inequities embedded in our communities, Domenica has dedicated herself to being an agent of change. She has spent her life in various roles like a public health worker, a researcher, an educator, and a youth worker.
With her comprehensive experience, Domenica has come to know how policies can either perpetuate inequities or serve as the solutions to eradicate them. The desire to promote policies that guarantee secure and healthy living for all the residents of Worcester fuels Domenica's candidacy for Worcester City Council At-Large. Her vision encompasses funding early education, arranging affordable housing solutions, implementing sustainable and green development practices, encouraging positive youth development programming, and celebrating Worcester's diversity via arts and culture initiatives.
Currently, Domenica works as the Director for Community Engagement and Volunteering at Clark University, where she drives her career in promoting volunteerism and community engagement to support youth development through experiential learning. Through her work, Domenica has touched many lives in Worcester and created abundant possibilities for the youth-driven community's continually improving and developing future.