Listen to Dominique Jones, Executive Director Boys & Girls Club in Harlem as she talks 40 anniversary, kids, golf and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show.
Dominique Jones joined the Boys & Girls Club in Harlem (known as The Club) as its Executive Director in March 2015. Prior to her arrival, Dominique served as Chief Programs Officer for Food Bank For New York City. In this role, she oversaw the development and implementation of programs that assist New Yorkers to access critical income supports and information to prevent hunger. Dominique has also held senior leadership positions at the United Way of Central Ohio and the New York City Administration for Children’s Services. In these roles, she led organizational and community change efforts as Vice President for Community Engagement and Assistant Commissioner respectively. Dominique holds degrees from Spelman College, The New School and has recently completed Columbia Business School’s Executive Education Senior Leaders in Not-for-Profit Management program. Although, Dominique was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio she has been a resident and active in the Harlem Community for twenty years. Dominique is even more excited to not only live, but serve the Harlem Community doing what she loves, creating opportunities and access for young people.
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Danny Tisdale is an award-winning visual artist, former Harlem Community Board member, founder, and publisher of Harlem World Magazine. He is the host of “Harlem’s favorite podcast” The Danny Tisdale Show; a weekly podcast with leaders, legends and trailblazers from Harlem to Harare.
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