Dominic Braham has created and supported programs that helps individuals become economically empowered for several years. He served as a Peace Corps advisor in the Dominican Republic (DR) for over two years, leading sustainable projects and building lasting relationships. Building relationships to gain support, he was able to lead efforts in the construction of a water aqueduct and health clinic in his community in the DR.
He is a member of Real Engagement through Active Philanthropy (REAP), a group of African American males who pull their dollars together for the financial support of programs that serve African American men and boys. He is also a faculty associate professor at Arizona State University’s School of Public Services and Community Solutions, where he teaches the next generation of leaders in cross sector leadership and design thinking. Dominic believes if you can’t see it, then you can’t achieve it. This is why the work of SOUNDS Academy is of great importance of bringing music education and developing youth from all areas of our communities.
Dominic enjoys attending sporting events, watching Netflix documentaries and Afro-Caribbean cuisine.