Dominga Robinson is a Nakota / Jamaican woman from the Pheasant Rump Nakota First Nations in located in southeast corner of the land now known as Saskatchewan in Treaty 4. She is an intergenerational survivor of the residential schools and the 60s Scoop.
This past year, Dominga completed her first year of law at the University of Saskatchewan - College of Law where she won the 1st year Moot Competition.
Dominga has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the First Nations University of Canada – University of Regina.
Dominga is currently the President of the Indigenous Law Students Association at the College of Law, as well as the co-Chair of the inaugural Anti-racism Task Force Committee for the Law Students Association.
Dominga also volunteers as the Chair of the Rainbow Youth Centre in Regina which is an inner-city youth service agency which provides comprehensive programming and activities aimed at helping young people prepare for the transition from adolescence to a healthy, productive and independent adult lifestyle.
Dominga comes to law after building a successful career in the cultural non-profit and community funding industries where she worked as a Funder, Grant Writer, Coordinator and Indigenous Program Consultant.
She is passionate about using her established skillsets, as well as building new ones to advocate for change for her Indigenous relatives and Indigenous communities across the country.