Domenica comes to RAMS after working within a myriad of disciplines developing a unique skill set which spans from major fund development and grant writing to digital marketing. By education, she is an expert in nonprofit and government operations, public health systems, fund development, program development, and compliance. By choice, she has become an expert in digital marketing, communications, equitable policy making, and collaboration for good. Fascinated with studying cultures and religions since she was young, Domenica has traveled and worked in several countries around the world.
Domenica has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from UC Santa Barbara and a graduate degree in Public Health from Touro University. During her Masters program, she traveled to Ethiopia to research health perceptions and knowledge of the local Health Extension Workers. While there, she started to develop a health marketing versus health education model to share information. She currently is completing a Doctor of Business Administration degree at Touro University Worldwide with an emphasis on marketing and communications research.
Domenica has worked with government agencies, Tribal organizations, nonprofits, and social enterprises all over the greater Bay Area, Mendocino County, Sacramento County, and throughout the United States. In addition, she is a speaker and guest lecturer on health and community based communications as well as effective policy making with the aim to move the needle on the complex issues facing the United States. In her free time she hosts a podcast sharing the stories and points of view of a diverse population of individuals. Domenica also enjoys spending time with her pup Noir, international travel, and enjoying what all Sonoma County and the Bay Area has to offer.