MHS Congratulates MHS Board Member Marco Dominguez
MHS would like to congratulate MHS Board Member Marco Dominguez on being elected to the 2011 Fatherhood Hall of Fame by the Dads Inc. board of advisors!
Dominguez is a pioneer in Hispanic communications in the state of Indiana. Born in Caracas, Venezuela, he came to the United States with his family looking for a place to pursue his education in telecommunications arts.
From 1980 to 1984, Dominguez received two associate’s degrees from Vincennes University and went to Butler University for his Bachelor’s in Telecommunications Arts. In 1984, he returned to his home country to work in his own TV production house. After eight years in Venezuela, he decided to come back to continue his higher education.
Dominguez graduated from Butler University with a Master’s in Telecommunications. He was also an instructor at Butler University in television production and direction.
In his private sector career, he worked as the executive director of WTBU-TV for 9 years, after which he moved on to Univision Indianapolis as the station manager. In 2005, Marco became a proud citizen of the United States.
An advocate to the entire community in Indiana, Dominguez participates in organizations such as The Indiana Minority Health Coalition, Press Club Foundation, Boys Scouts of America, Hispanic Congressional Council for Congressman Andre Carson and United Way of Central Indiana, among many others.
Currently, he works as director of community sales for Finance Center Federal Credit Union, in which he integrates the community with a very important financial Institution. His work is helping thousands of underserved in the Indianapolis market to receive solid financial advice and products that fit their needs.
Marco has been a father figure to not only his three children but also to many youths in the community. Marco has given back to the community. Marco is a famous and trusted face in the community and serves as a role model to those that would like to serve others.
Congratulations to Marco Dominguez on being an inductee to the Fatherhood Hall of Fame, Class of 2011.