Dominique Lombardi Featured in News Story
Dominique Lombardi, the National UNITY Council Executive Committee Co-President, was featured in a September 07, 2013 news article, which appeared in a Riverside County California Newspaper.
The article states, “Dominique Lombardi is a young woman with a mission: to be a positive role model for Native American youths throughout the country.
Lombardi, a Desert Cahuilla Indian from the Morongo Band of Mission Indians and the Torres-Martinez tribes in Southern California, already has proven to be a strong leader. As a member of the Youth Tribal Council for Morongo, near Banning, she has taken an active role in pursuing her goals.
She was elected co-president of UNITY – United National Indian Tribal Youth – at its national conference in July. The nonprofit’s mission is to “foster the spiritual, mental, physical and social development of the American Indian and Alaska Native youth.”
“It’s an honor to be the voice of youth through UNITY, which has opened up so many opportunities for me and brought me to who I am today,” said Lombardi, 20.”
The rest of the story may be read on The Press-Enterprise website.