A Tennis Canada certified coach and a former top 50 ranked division I NCAA singles player with four Canadian Junior National titles and a career high WTA ranking of 932, Dominique brings high performance expertise to the ATI team. Graduating from Rice University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Kinesiology and Business, she was awarded one of Rice University’s most prestigious awards, the Joyce Pounds Hardy Most Outstanding Female Student Athlete Award in 2014. With her international experience including representing Canada at the World University Games in Kazan, Russia, Dominique has coached many players pursuing their tennis careers on a national and international scale.
A 2018 Doctoral Candidate at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Dominique has also worked with several junior soccer and hockey teams acting as the team trainer and emergency first responder. Certified in Athletic Movement Assessment, Dominique provides players with injury prevention assessments to enhance athletic performance with the help of the multidisciplinary ATI team.