DOMENIQUE graduated from the Arts Educational Schools London in 2015, with a BA(Hons.) in Acting.
She is a professional actress, where her credits can be seen through her IMDB page, and a New Voices Presenter with BBC Radio Lincolnshire.
After severe bullying, Domenique helped write and work on a short anti-bullying film, which was showcased to schools nationwide within the country to tackle bullying and gun crime. Recognising her efforts, she was nominated for the Princess Diana Award, in which she was then awarded at BAFTA, London. She was 13 years of age. Since, Domenique has become an Ambassador for the foundation, giving public talks with the Royal Family, at 10 Downing St, the Walt Disney Company and many media outlets including: the BBC, BBC Three, the Victoria Derbyshire Show, the Daily Mail and the Daily Star. As well as asked to speak in schools and corporations covering topics from body image, being safe on and offline, as well as the link between physical and mental health - encouraging and inspiring audiences to be the best they can be.
In her spare time, Domenique works as an Ambassador for the Diana Award Against Bullying organisation and MQ Mental Health. After her father's diagnosis of leukaemia, Domenique became heavily involved with fundraising for numerous cancer charities, with her family, and has raised near to £50,000 over the years for various leukaemia causes
Domenique was also awarded the title of Deputy Miss England 2019/2020. Her reason for entering: "To use the platform to give a voice for those who do not have one and to educate, encourage and empower the next generation." For Domenique, Miss England was, "an opportunity to show other women and young girls around the world that no matter where you've come from, no matter what you've been through, everything makes you stronger and your journey is yours."