Dominique Carson is an award-winning community activist, journalist, researcher, and massage therapist. She graduated with her bachelor’s and master’s degree from CUNY Brooklyn College. Carson also received her massage degree and certification from CUNY Queensborough Community College. Ms. Carson has been an active freelance writer for eight years and wrote for many publications including Amsterdam News, NBC News, The Grio, Ebony, Singersroom.com, Soultrain, just to name a few. She interviewed many notable figures in the entertainment industry such as Charlie Wilson, Regina Belle, Patti Labelle, Avant, Tito Jackson, Eric Benet, Heather Headley, The Isley Brothers, and many more. Ms. Carson has been apart of various writing projects over the years such as How to Survive Freshmen Year in College, Lefferts Manor Association Journal, and Partnership for Parks. In 2018, she received It’s My Park Award with her former Man Up! Inc’s Job Development Center Colleagues for outstanding service in East New York, Brooklyn. Outside of journalism and editorial projects, Carson is also a licensed and nationally certified massage therapist as of fall 2019. Her overall goal is to facilitate people’s lives with her hands and words.