For Immediate Release
Dec. 9, 2019
José Domínguez to Be NCRP’s First Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Washington, D.C. (12/9/2019) – The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) today announced that José Domínguez, director of development partnerships for the mid-Atlantic at the League of Conservation Voters and fellowship coach at the Obama Foundation, will join NCRP in the newly created position of vice president and chief operating officer.
José will oversee NCRP’s financial management, human resources and all administrative functions. He will also serve on NCRP’s leadership team along with President and CEO Aaron Dorfman, Vice President and Chief Content Officer Timi Gerson, and Vice President and Chief Engagement Officer Jeanné Lewis.
“I am thrilled that José is joining NCRP as our first-ever chief operating officer,” said Dorfman. “His deep commitment to equity and experience advocating for funding movements are perfectly aligned with NCRP’s work promoting philanthropy that is responsive to those with the least wealth and opportunity.”
“The nonprofit sector has changed our world,” said Domínguez. “The stronger it is, the stronger our society will be. I am deeply committed to NCRP’s work to transform the philanthropic sector to be more responsive to their grantees and the communities they serve, especially in today’s political climate.”
He was previously the director of development and communication at Strong City Baltimore, executive director of Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center and director of grants administration at DC Trust. He also chaired the board of the Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training for 3 years.
Domínguez holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre from Southern Methodist University and a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from New York University.