At the age of 22, Dom or Dominique Myesha Carson’s journey from silence has been very rewarding. Hearing impaired as a child, but was destined to partake in a profession that would change her life forever. With the help of her mother, Monique Kelly, sister, Nashira Canady, a host of relatives, friends, colleagues, and her faith in God, Carson was able to spread her wings and soar immediately. Carson is a young woman who truly has a passion for journalism. Journalism fills her heart with so much gratification. The lifestyle of a journalist grabbed her attention at the age of eight and she strives to be superb in her future profession. Her work has been featured in Urbane Perspective Media+ Lifestyle, Spotlight on Recovery magazine, BooksNReview.com, Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn College Excelsior, Bay Currents, Brooklyntoday.info, www.thecelebritycafe.com, www.rappersroom.com, www.singersroom.com, Amsterdam News, and Education Update. Carson is a recent college graduate from Brooklyn College. Her majors were Journalism and Italian. She is pursuing a master of science degree in Media Studies at Brooklyn College. The program allow students to be informed about the usage of online media, marketing, programming, critical media study, and research. And starting February 2013, she will be a music publicity consultant intern for former co-president of Atlantic Records, Ron Shapiro and media specialist, Patti Conte’s management, Plan a Media, LLC.
But outside of work and school, Dominique gives back to Public School 190. She is a guest speaker for the school’s Career Day, tutor students in Language Arts and Math, and she is working on an educational program in East New York, Keep Education Alive (K.E.A). Keep Education Alive exemplifies the importance of education in urban communities in Brooklyn such as East New York, Brownsville, and Bedford Stuyvesant. The Keep Education Alive will offer tutoring to students, develop their literacy skills, and learn another language. She will present her upcoming project at the Clinton Global Initiative Conference in April 2013 in St. Louis at Washington University to seek funding for the program. The Clinton Global Conference allows students to speak on various issues that they feel strongly about and take action