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Dominique Ong


Dominique’s work focuses on environmental analysis, graphic design and community engagement. She supports EPA’s Superfund Redevelopment Initiative and the Technical Assistance Services for Communities program through GIS mapping. She also designs fact sheets, brochures and reports for communities and EPA stakeholders. Dominique is passionate about advancing equity, diversity and inclusion through government decision-making and in the broader environmental field. Dominique has written long-term action plans related to community involvement at Superfund sites and the inclusion of diverse employees at EPA. Prior to joining Skeo, she was an outdoor educator and taught earth sciences to students of color.


That intersectionality is key to sustainability. I believe in elevating the voices of those who have been persistently overlooked or erased by dominant systems of power.


First-generation immigrant, hiker, camper, snorkeler, foodie and traveler.


BS, Environmental Science
University of Virginia

BA, Global Studies – Environments + Sustainability
University of Virginia


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