Director, Healthy Buildings
As Director, Healthy Buildings, Dominic supports the development of GreenGen’s healthy building strategies, products, ventures, and services. In addition, Dominic serves as a public policy consultant to the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), where he was previously a founding member of the market development team that helped expand WELL’s presence to 60 countries in five years.
Dominic has a cross disciplinary background encompassing real estate, urban planning, technology, sustainability, and public health. Prior to GreenGen and IWBI, Dominic worked for IWBI's parent company, Delos, creating global alliances to place wellness at the center of building technology and design. Prior to Delos, he worked for Weitzman Associates, where he advised institutional investor and developer clients on project feasibility and marketability, and for Lane4 Property Group where he was involved in the development and management of mixed-use lifestyle projects. While an undergraduate, he worked as a fellow at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency providing research assistance to the regional counsel office for real estate, zoning, and land-use litigation.
Since 2015, Dominic has led relationships with government agencies, as well as non-profits and NGOs, to encourage healthy and sustainable building practices and to integrate related metrics into public policy, corporate social responsibility (CSR), and impact investing (ESG) frameworks. Dominic was instrumental in advancing social equity initiatives through collaborations with the United Nations, World Economic Forum, Enterprise Community Partners, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and U.S. Conference of Mayors.
Dominic is a graduate of Kansas State University, where he earned a master’s degree in regional and community planning. He serves on the board of New York’s Design Trust for Public Space as well as The Public Theater's Young Partner Board. An active member of the Urban Land Institute, Dominic co-chairs the New York Young Leaders Programming Committee and serves as Vice Chair of the national Public-Private Partnerships Council. He is a member of the MoMA Contemporary Arts Council, Municipal Art Society, and ACE Mentor through which he mentors local high school students interested in architecture, construction, and engineering.
Dominic serves on the WELL Advisory for Hotels and Resorts and was recognized by Crain's New York Business in July 2020 as a Rising Star in Real Estate.