You will be “Chancellor for a Day” and participate in all of the activities and meetings scheduled for Chancellor James A. Anderson. The main goals of the program are to: 1.) give students an opportunity to be a part of the administrative process; 2.) emphasize the role of the student in the university; 3.) give students experience in the decision making process; and 4.) enable students to gain some understanding of the leadership skills required for managing a multifaceted organization and the synergy required for operating as a whole.
Applications will initially be reviewed for the Chancellor by the Selection Committee, which is comprised of students, faculty, staff, and representatives from the Student Government Association and the Chancellor’s Office. Notification of acceptance will be sent from the Chancellor’s Office.
Dominique is a Senior Political Science major and a member of the Political Science Club. She serves as President of the National Council of Negro Women's Club and Secretary of the Senior Class Council. She learned how to network, how to communicate and operate two radio shows, and gained professional communication skills within the area of journalism and broadcasting on Bronco-iRadio. During the previous presidential election, Dominique worked as an intern for Advance Carolina. She helped to develop strategic plans for dealing with the African-American community, engaged in canvassing, phone banking, data entry, and attended local meetings with elected officials and leaders. After Hurricane Matthew, she passed out food and water to those in need, and helped in hosting discussion about readiness and securing funds for natural disasters. In July of 2017, Dominique was appointed the Political Director for the College Democrats of North Carolina, which calls for involvement of activities in statewide and local initiatives and working with political campaigns.
Dominique demonstrates her Bronco Pride and belief in FSU's Motto, Res Non Verba, Deeds not Words every day. She founded The Queen in Me, which is a free program to guide young ladies into a positive lifestyle by enhancing the meaning of self-love through mentoring. In August 2017 she was crowned Miss Black North Carolina US Ambassador 2018. Dominique aspires to become a university professor of Political Science, with a concentration in Public Administration.