I'm passionate about closing the race and gender wealth gap. Class struggles are society's biggest blindspot. I know first-hand that when you don't have much money, it governs every decision you make, including the food you can afford to eat to where you can afford to live, whether you should go to the doctor, and which dreams you can afford to pursue. For me, closing the wealth gap is about giving people the freedom to unleash their full potential and fully impact society for the better.
Domonique’s authentic connection to everyday Americans’ issues and comprehensive understanding of public-private partnerships propel her clients to make meaningful and effective change.
Domonique’s political career began as an organizer on President Obama’s campaign, ultimately serving as Deputy White House Liaison to the Environmental Protection Agency. Before that, Domonique worked as the Director of Business Development at Audience Partners (now A4 Media), a digital advertising company. There she oversaw nearly 200 campaigns in politics, issue advocacy, and public affairs. Domonique has a cross-sector carer in corporate, politics, nonprofit, and advocacy counting First Data Corporation (now Fiserv), MillerCoors, and Girls Who Code as previous employers. Notably, she was part of a coalition that secured $30 million in appropriated funds for paid congressional internships to diversify the pipeline of future public servants.
Domonique is a sought-after political strategist, having served leaders and organizations from coast to coast and at national and local levels. For her impact, Domonique has been recognized by the Professional Women in Advocacy (now Women in Government Relations), a Rising Star by Campaigns & Elections Magazine, and a Top 40 under 40 Consultant by the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC). She further served as a juror in the North American Excellence in PR Awards and currents trains for the National Democratic Training Committee.
Domonique is a graduate of Spelman College, a historically Black college for women, and The Campaign School at Yale. She also co-chairs the AAPC’s Committee on Political Free Speech and holds advisory roles at Buzzfeed and College to Congress.
Judah James is the Community Impact Strategist at Politics with Purpose. In this role, he works with clients to build effective coalitions, draft and advocate for policy, and implement programs led by-and-with community input. Judah studied Criminal Justice at the Metropolitan University of Denver and is a licensed security and tactical training professional. In addition, Judah is an author, screenwriter, proud husband, and father.
I believe in a world where all gender and racial identities are powerful and empowered with the tools, support and resources to guarantee equity. Our current political climate is toxic and I'm driven to amplify and uplift the voices of community leaders or organizations to affect positive social change.
Hannah Davis is a Communications Associate at Politics With Purpose. In her role, she gets our clients massive media coverage to amplify their message and promote gender, education, and racial equity.
Prior to Politics With Purpose, Hannah worked in public affairs at Kivvit, where she was involved with diverse aspects of public relations and digital marketing, executing issue advocacy campaigns to influence public policy and crisis communications strategies. Additionally, she provided support across client accounts in government, NGOs/advocacy, marketing and business in spaces surrounding reproductive freedoms, criminal justice reform and other human rights issues.
Hannah was born and raised in New England where she began her political career interning for U.S Senator Christopher Murphy. She is a graduate of Dickinson College and holds a bachelor degree in Political Science. She currently lives in Boston, MA.