Dominique Beaumonte is a passionate educator and community servant. As a former foster youth, he has committed his life to mentoring African American men and boys. He demonstrates his commitment to his community by serving as a mentor with the Big Brothers Big Sisters, advisor to several UC Davis and Sac State student groups, immediate-past president of the Sacramento chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and an advocate for African American students.
Professionally, He is an accomplished higher education administrator, career coach, and community leader and worked at the UC Davis for close to 12 years. There He has served as the chairman of the African Faculty and Staff Association and member of the Restorative Justice Taskforce among other campus committees. Currently, he works as a communications director for a state-wide educational non-profit.
He has a great love for the Lord and sharing God’s word. As a minister, He serves faithfully at the Progressive Church of God In Christ. At Progressive, he has served as the President of Singles Living Victoriously, president of the YPWW (Young People Willing Workers), scholarship committee member, Armor Bearer to the Pastor, and member of the Music Department. He is currently the youth pastor and Young Adult Ministry leader. He believes his life’s mission is to empower others to tap into their God-given potential for the greater good of humanity. He was ordained in the Church of God In Christ in June of 2016.
His passion for youth and young adults has provided many opportunities to serve.
Dominique is a native of Seattle, Washington and graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Ethnic studies/journalism in 2003 and earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and counseling from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2006. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Divinity at the Fuller Theological Institute.
In his free time, Dominique enjoys graphic design, college football and traveling.