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Dom Miller

Student, M.S. in Information and Knowledge Strategy

Born and raised in the city of Philadelphia, Dom Miller currently serves as the Chief of Staff for Philadelphia City Council Member, At-Large Isaiah Thomas. At the age of 26, Dom became the youngest woman of color to serve in this position in the past decade.

Prior to joining Council, Dom ran Council Member Thomas’s campaign that led to his first victory after 2 unsuccessful runs. Serving as not only the campaign manager but communication director, co-finance Director, volunteer coordinator, and lead Body Person, Thomas became the highest vote-getting non-incumbent on the ballot that year.

Dom has vast experience working on campaigns and with elected officials at various levels. From local elected officials like District Attorney Larry Krasner, where she served as his Finance Director; to state elected officials, having served as the Political Director for the Senate Democratic Campaign Committee. During her time working with the SDCC, Dom coordinated fundraisers, managed compliance and databases for Democratic State Senators from across PA. She also supported Senate Leadership with the full transition of the committee and managed the process to hire a new Executive Director.

Dom expresses her two great passions: Black Women and Young People, through her board memberships and the amazing work with these organizations. Currently serving as the Training Chair for She Can Win, the only Political Action Committee dedicated to training and supporting women of color running for office. Through SCW, Dom has supported founder Jasmine Sessoms to train hundreds of women of color across the Commonwealth.

Dom also serves as a member of the Thomas and Woods Foundation, where she leads and creates programs to support young people.

Dom graduated from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 2015 with BA in Political and a double minor in Anthropology & Asian Studies. Upon graduating Dom was awarded for her dedication to political science and the Presidential Leadership award for her service on campus.


B.A., Hobart and William Smith Colleges