Manager, Shared Mobility Policy
Dominic is the Manager of Shared Mobility Policy at the Coalition for Reimagined Mobility. He has close to a decade of experience working in different geographies of South and Southeast Asia, United States and Europe in sectors such as transportation, workforce development, sustainable finance and climate change. Most recently he worked at the Fund for our Economic Future where he led the Paradox Prize, a social impact accelerator focused on catalyzing workforce mobility solutions in Northeast Ohio.
Dominic has previously worked at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy in India where he established regional offices in Jharkhand and New Delhi and worked closely with federal policymakers, automotive players, international development and transit agencies to define and implement the future of mobility. He has also worked with The Asia Foundation in Myanmar researching the evolution of urban municipal governance and setting spatial strategies to efficiently deliver utilities like tax collection, water and waste disposal services.
Dominic received his Master’s in Regional Planning from Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art, and Planning in Ithaca, New York with a Certificate in Environmental Finance and Impact Investing from the Cornell Institute of Public Affairs. He graduated from Birla Institute of Technology, India with a professional degree in Architecture and Design. A native Malayalam speaker, Dominic is also fluent in English and Hindi.