Dominique Turrentine is a Program Associate for the Madison Initiative. The initiative is aimed at improving Congress’ ability to deliberate, negotiate, and compromise in ways that work for most Americans. She works closely with staff across the portfolio, and assists in managing their grantmaking budget and board communication.
Prior to joining the foundation, she worked as a program coordinator at PolicyLink. She provided programmatic and administrative support to the Center for Health Equity and Place, which focused on promoting social and economic equity through environmental and policy change, particularly in low-income communities and communities of color.
Dominique holds a bachelor’s degree in human resource and leadership development from Louisiana State University.