Dominique Christian is a dynamic force in social work, renowned for her dedication to those facing complex challenges. As a State of Wisconsin Certified Peer Support Specialist and Trainer, and a Certified Parent Peer Specialist, she brings a wealth of expertise to her role. With a master’s degree in social work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dominique has spent over five years providing transformative support in housing, mental health, and substance use services.
Specializing in holistic approaches, she focuses on justice-involved youth and individuals facing multifaceted struggles, particularly in low-income and marginalized communities. Dominique’s brilliance is evident in her exceptional service delivery, where she combines professional knowledge with her personal journey of overcoming adversity.
A staunch advocate for the LGBTQIA+ community, especially Black members, Dominique facilitates youth peer support groups and offers guidance to adults, using her lived experience to foster understanding and resilience. Her work is not just supportive—it’s a passionate pursuit of empowerment and inclusivity for all.