The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Dominique Mobley

Rockefeller Leadership Fellow

Dominique Mobley ’22 hails from Austin, Texas and graduated from Vandegrift High School. At Dartmouth, Dominique is a Film & Media Studies major. She has been named a Rufus Choate Scholar and was elected a Class Council Representative. Dominique is the inaugural Nicholas M. Armington ’84 Scholar, as well as a Stamps Scholar and Presidential Scholar. In TuckLAB, she led her team to a first-place finish in the Financial Model Presentation. She created “The Adventures of Dartmouth Black Girl” cartoon and is the founder of Kappa Delta Lunch Buddies. Currently, she’s developing programs to increase the number of Black students at colleges across the country. Dominique writes and directs “A Day in the Life of a Black Girl” (comedic web series) and directed and produced “This is Black Comedy” (documentary). After graduation, Dominique will continue creating film/TV projects that increase the number of positive representations of Black people.

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