Dominique DiPietro-Youngberg

Dominique DiPietro Youngberg, MLS, is a forward-thinking Corporate Communications professional with nearly 10 years of success changing the scope of public relations, brand marketing, and creative storytelling. She has a proven track record improving company reputations while directing global strategies to strengthen crisis and issues management.

Dominique began her career at AT&T as a corporate communications intern, which has led her to having a diverse career within the communications space. From overseeing social media operations and engagement, to creating executive visibility plans for various company leaders, and spearheading national PR campaigns for DE&I and CSR. Today, in her role as Senior Manager of Public Relations, Dominique is proud to be part of the digital divide and CSR communications strategy team, which has led AT&T to being ranked #1 in the market for positive impressions and share of voice in 2022.

One of her favorite career moments was helping launch AT&T’s first-ever holistic, 360-degree digital divide national campaign, Bridge to Possibility: Closing the digital divide, together. The campaign was later recognized and received PRSA’s 2023 Bronze Anvil Award of Commendation for Executive Communications.

Dominque has a hunger for continuous learning. After completing her Bachelor of Arts degrees in Journalism and Spanish, at the University of Nevada, Reno, she received a Master of Legal Studies from Pepperdine University, Caruso School of Law.

Dominique joined Here to Serve because she believes deeply in the power of community and collective action to create lasting change. Dominique has witnessed first-hand the impacts cancer has on families and admires the work that Here to Serve is doing to help them through the entire cancer journey, not just research and treatment. As an advisory board member, Dominique is committed to fostering collaboration and innovation, enabling the organization to reach more families in need and provide them with the comprehensive support they deserve.