Senior Vice President, GBPI

Dominique Derbigny Sims

Dominique Derbigny Sims serves as the senior vice president of GBPI. She previously served as the deputy director of Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap, a national network of more than 600 advocates and leaders focused on changing federal policies to strengthen economic security for women of color. She has also served as associate director of the Savings & Financial Capability Team at Prosperity Now and program director at MetroCASH, the Earned Income Tax Credit coalition serving Richmond, Va. 

Advocate for Racial and Economic Justice

Strategy | Public Policy | Data Analysis

Dominique is a macro social worker, writer, facilitator and advocate for racial and economic justice. She has spent the past decade collaborating with nonprofit organizations across the country to build a more equitable and inclusive society and economy. 

In 2018, Dominique was selected to participate in the Rockwood Leadership Institute’s Art of Leadership for Black Women in Georgia. She has a MSW from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and a BA in Human Services from Elon University. She also writes about political and economic issues facing Black women for the news media website BlackHer.

Recent Posts by Dominique

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Unequal Recovery: How the COVID-19 Pandemic has Impacted Economic Security for Black Women and Latinas

Nearly two years into a global public health crisis, most people are experiencing some degree of pandemic burnout, …

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