Simone Dominique has a rich background from a diversity of experiences. She has worked in strategic communications and development for over 15 years and was the Chief Executive Officer of the UN Social 500.
Ms. Dominique is a contributor to The Atlantic. She was a President’s Club Top Producer at NFI, and a rapporteur to the Sustainable Water Resources Roundtable, which is a water advisory roundtable to the White House.
She was the National Vice President of Sales for the Ernst & Young ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’, publicly traded company Novastar, which was sold to Shoretel. She also worked as the Regional Vice President of Sales for a turnaround region of the ‘Fortune Most Admired Company’, Centex.
Simone Dominique is a member of the US Committee for UN Women and is also a member of the UN Social 500 Leadership Council. She has served as a digital communicator at the United Nations’ Social Good Summit and at the United Nations’ SDG Media Zones for the 71st, 72nd, and 73rd General Assemblies.
Simone Dominique holds a Bachelors in Finance and International Business from Florida International University. She served as the past treasurer of the Florida International University’s MBA Society. She also holds certification from Wharton in Gamification and certification from the EPA in Stormwater Modeling and Source Water Protection. She was a past scholarship recipient at MCON at National Geographic.