Dominique has a PHD in Architecture, with further degrees in Science (Botany) and Engineering (Cleaner Production). She has a demonstrated history of working in the higher education and building industries in the fields of life cycle assessment, sustainability, regenerative development, systems thinking, placemaking and project management. These support her in her current role as Principal Researcher at Beyond Zero Emissions where she is working with a team of researchers and volunteers to develop pathways to low emissions strategies for communities, industries and regions.
Dominique is the award-winning author of the book Designing for Hope: Pathways to regenerative sustainability, a further 6 books and over 100 papers. She is a non-executive board member at Greenfleet (planting ecosystems to offset carbon) and Trust for Nature; co-founder of internationally award winning Place Agency, and ex director of Thrive Research Hub at Melbourne University.