Lorenzo D. Domínguez
412 Fourth Street
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Home: (718) 788-3930 Work: 212-983-3500, ext. 272
Public & Community Service
Awards & Honors
Research and development of nation-wide business executive telecommunications, information systems, Internet and multi-media technology industry conferences. Akin to journalism, research requires direct correspondence with executives and experts inquiring in-depth about their concerns. Findings are directly applied to writing a conference program and agenda & recruitment of speakers for the program. Responsibilities also require production of new product lines including large-scale IT and telecommunications events with nine months production time and budgets of a quarter of a million and projected revenue of one to three million per event.
THG Worldwide (ICM Conferences & IMR Forums)
Senior Producer, Telecommunications & Information Technology
New York, NY
Foreign Policy Association
Assistant Director of Development
New York, NY, April 1997-Present
Assist Director of Development with funding for the FPA’s 3 million dollar budget. Responbilities include engendering foundation and corporate support through research, writing of grant proposals, presentations and correspondence with liasons in the private and public sectors. Selection, supervision and training all organizational interns.
Associate Director of Meetings
January 1997-April 1997
Developed and implemented lectures and seminars, including luncheons and black-tie fundraising dinners. Served as one of the primary liaisons between the diplomatic, NGO and international affairs community and FPA’s membership. Served as the primary corporate, organizational and college liason for financial and participant cultivation for the 7th Annual International Careers Seminar & Job Fair with over 1,300 participants from over 245 cities in over 30 states and 60 companies. The event generated an unprecedented $24,000 net revenue. Supervise and train all department interns.
Program Associate, Young Professionals Program & OTR Lecture Series
August 1994-January 1997
Developed, directed and implemented an international affairs education program for a group of approximately 850 individuals employed in various sectors of New York City. Supervised and trained four interns per term. First two year’s accomplishments included:
• Brought in over 250 new members and increased membership revenue by 45%
• Cut 46% of administrative expenses
• Founded and edited the YPG Times, a monthly newsletter for the YPG Program
• Increased the traditional number of events from 10 to 25 per program year
New York, NY,
August 1996-January 1997
Administration of organization which writes, publishes, promotes and distributes a monthly newsletter, Global Vision, summarizing international affairs events in New York City.
Research, editing, and brief writing. Projects included research and writing
for two annual publications, In Defense of Rights and The Critique.
Edited the bi-weekly Deans' Newsletter and served as a liason
between the Dean’s office and the student body.
Coordinated institute lectures and events, arranging all lectures
and creating publicity for all events.
Individual and group tutoring of academic English.
Researched and designed marketing strategy and media campaigns
for specific industries with special interests in reaching Japanese visitors and residents.
Trained and supervised account representatives.
Conducted credit analysis and approval, and account management,
Credit and Collections Manager
San Jose, CA, June 1989-May 1990
which encompassed communicating with primarily Spanish speaking clientele and skip tracing.
Duties required creative and effective program development and instruction of
"English as a Second Language" students grades K-6.
Duties included study skill tutoring of highschool and college students.
Various locations in
Northern & Southern California
Conducted research and created marketing strategy
Michael Greenwald Marketing
& Public Relations Firm
Public Relations Assistant |
Oct. 1987-April 1988
for promoting various clients’ P.R. campaigns.
- IBM PC, PSII,& DELL
(MSOffice, Raiser’s Edge, Word Perfect 4.1, PFS Write, Writing Assistant,
Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, Pagemaker, File Manager, Fax Server/Fax Client,
- Apple Macintosh SE, IIcx, Classic
(MacWrite, Microsoft Word, Pagemaker, & Excel),
- Basic HTML Programming, including these pages.
- On-line services: Compuserve and Prodigy; Various Web-Browsers. Nexus/Lexus.
- Spanish & French proficiency, & elementary Portuguese, Japanese, and Sign Language
- Member: Young Professionals Group Executive Advisory Committee: September 1994-1996.
- Volunteer: Achilles Running Club. Ran the New York City Marathon as a guide to a visually impaired runner. Time: 3:34:04. November 14, 1993.
- Founder/Director: Foreign Language Exchange; established and coordinated network of 17 language groups with approximately 200 participants; supervised 25 group leaders. Fall-Spring 1993-94.
- President: SIPA Runner's Club. Established and managed network of fifty participants. Fall-Spring 1993-94.
- Social Chairperson: SIPA Student Association; organized and directed student social activities. Spring 1994
- Volunteer: American Red Cross, L. A. Dept. of Cult. Affairs, and San Jose Downtown Assoc. 1986-1991
- Social worker intern: Oaktree Elderly Daycare Center; assistant activities manager and administrator of care to elders with disabilities, such as dementia. Fall-Spring 1988-1989.
- Shop Steward: Local Union 1877; Labor/management liaison. 1991.
- Founder, Director and Events Coordinator: Alianza de Latin American Student Associations. Spring 1993, Columbia University.
- Burton R. Brazil Scholarship, SJSU, Department of Political Science, Spring 1991.
- Minority Graduate Student Fellowship, SJSU, Fall 1991.
- Program Research Assistant Fellowship, Columbia University, School of International & Public Affairs, 1993-1994.
- President and Provost Student Initiative Fund Grant, Columbia University, Fall 1993.
- Marshall for the School of International & Public Affairs, Graduation Ceremonies, 1994.
- Leisure activities include running, writing, reading and film
- Born (November 22, 1967) and reared in San Jose, California
MORE: The Alternative Resume
Take Me Home!: Lorenzo's Homepage Index
The Guide to American Adult Pop-Culture of the Age of Innocence, 1946-1964;
My First On-line Manuscript.
NYC Summer Events 1997
A Comprehensive List of New York City '97 Summer Events $10 & Under.
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