Dominique received her Bachelor’s in Architecture at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. She went on to gaining two years of work experience both in Mexico and Indonesia before starting her Master’s degree at the Bartlett’s faculty of the Built Environment at UCL.
Her MSc. focused on Environment and Sustainable Development where she took part in a research project in partnership with the Sierra Leone Research Centre (SLURC) in Freetown. As a result Dominique collaborated on producing the mini-documentary: Reintegrating Moyiba towards Environmentally Just Resource Management. Her dissertation investigated Community Architecture as a Tool for Empowerment in Post-Disaster Recovery in Constitucion, Chile.
Dominique passions include humanitarian architecture, community empowerment and sustainable design. Outside of work she enjoys rock climbing, travelling, and expanding her knowledge on sustainability.