Annette Dominguez is co-founder of S.E.E.D. HOPE LLC. and co-author of the recently released children's book "How Mommy Found Her Way Home", a book that focuses upon the impact of incarceration on children and families.
Mrs. Dominguez is the former director of the Tapestry Therapeutic Community (TC) located within the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville Ohio.
Throughout her career Annette Dominguez has provided basic and advanced TC training at national and statewide conferences, workshops and seminars. She has also served as a cross-discipline trainer for substance abuse, mental health and criminal justice specialists, and assisted as a consultant for a variety of new and existing therapeutic communities.
Mrs. Dominguez has committed her nearly 30-year career to serving and supporting those who struggle with the complex issues associated with substance abuse and their involvement in the criminal justice system.
Most recently, Mrs. Dominguez became the Programming Director for We Amplify Voice (WAV) where she is responsible for the creation and implementation of WAV workshops, leading and providing oversight of all workshops and programming facilitators.