Dominique Banks is a proud ELA/Social Studies teacher from the Roseland community in Chicago, IL. In her current role, she teaches for a GED prep program for alternative high schools students. She started out an elementary teacher at a parochial school on the south side of Chicago and has since taught at local and charter institutions for the past seven years in various roles. She’s a mother of three, oldest and a born leader. She’s dedicated to facilitating communication, resources and external relations between local politician and constituents. She’s a proud member of the American Association for Justice and active member of a local nonprofit coming to Chicago.
Dominique earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from DePaul University.