Dominique (Domy) Raymond leads stakeholder engagement for Lumina Foundation and its Office of the President. She is responsible for amplifying Lumina’s thought leadership capacity, developing new partnerships and identifying influencers through the foundation’s national convening function and coalition building to increase postsecondary attainment. She is the president’s principal advisor on thought leadership opportunities and, at his request, directs strategic projects and emerging initiatives for his office.
Domy has over 20 years of policy experience in higher education, state policy, and workforce development. She previously served as a senior program director of philanthropy at USA Funds (renamed Strada Education Network); vice president of alliance state relations at Complete College America; special assistant to the secretary of education for the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and; higher education policy analyst with the Maryland Higher Education Commission, where she co-chaired the state’s K16 workgroup. Her higher education experience began as an academic advisor at the University of the District of Columbia and the University of Maryland, consecutively.
Domy earned her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University. In 2013, she was one of ten named to the Chronicle of Higher Education’s The Influence List. A Chicago native, she resides in Indianapolis.