Dominique "Dom" Brightmon
Dominique "Dom" Brightmon is an author, podcaster and certified leadership trainer with the John Maxwell Team from Baltimore, MD.
In his early childhood, Dominique was raised in the church where he was taught fundamental life lessons and received a head start with public speaking. This early start led him to win 3rd place at a state-level speech competition during grade school.
While in high school, Dominique took a summer job at a public library to gain experience. After a successful summer performance, he was invited to work there part-time. Since then he has risen through the ranks and gained over a decade of customer service experience.
Thanks to his work experience and having read hundreds of books, Dominique always leaves his audiences with useful tips and strategies. His aim is to help others become better versions of themselves through reading and other forms of self-development.
In addition to his professional experience, Dominique possesses an Associates of Applied Science in Network Technology from the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC). His technology experience adds another dimension to his skill set, which has helped hundreds of people to complete their digital resumes and become more tech-savvy.
Because of his love for books, Dominique has written and published “Going North: Tips & Techniques to Advance Yourself” & the follow-up bestseller, "Stay The Course: The Elite Performers 7 Secret Keys to Sustainable Success". Find his books anywhere books are sold and you’ll see how you too can become a better you.
Dominique has also appeared on many media outlets such as Fox 45 News, Toastmasters International Magazine, and more. In addition to appearing on many media outlets, he has created his own called the Going North podcast which interviews authors from all over the world. It has been ranked in the top 10 of all self-help podcasts in the world.
As an active member of Toastmasters International, Dominique has given dozens of inspirational talks and was awarded for his leadership in 2016 as an Area Director. He was the youngest Area Director in the region at the age of 23.
Whether it's humor, information, or inspiration Dominique is sure to deliver the goods.