Dominique Clement, MHSA, MLT

"Happiness is not a destination, it's a journey."

Her favorite quote:
"Happiness is not a destination, it's a journey. Happiness is not tomorrow, it is now. Happiness is not a dependency; it is a decision. Happiness is what you are, not what you have."

Dominique Clement was born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago. she lived, worked and studied in the United Kingdom and now live in the State of Maryland, USA.  Dominique has lived a life of service, from being a teacher in Trinidad; a payroll administration for the church of England; volunteering with special Olympics in Maryland; to working with the elderly and homeless in Washington, DC. 
Presently, Dominique is a special educator with Prince George's County public school system.


Dominique holds a Bachelor of Science in sociology and sports management from the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine. She also obtained a master's degree in sport management from London Metropolitan University, London; a Master of Science in human services administration from the University of Baltimore and Copping State University and a master's degree in teaching and leadership from Notre Dame of Maryland University. 

Dominique loves traveling and experiencing different cultures. She also loves being outdoors enjoying nature.

Most importantly, Dominique believes she has been called to serve and helping humanity. Serving brings her joy.