A Few Words About Me

Dr. Maggie Dominguez has over 20 years of experience in higher education and business. She has a BA in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a MEd. from the University of Arizona, and a MA in Organizational Management and Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Phoenix.

As a first generation Ph.D. graduate, she is passionate about assisting others to achieve their goals of becoming leaders in their community, business entrepreneurs, and obtain advanced degrees in higher education regardless of their country of origin, socio-economic status, ethnicity, or any circumstance.


Dr. Maggie has taught and created curriculum for university courses in: critical thinking, adult education, and business courses for 15 years. She specializes in working with high risk students and creating retention practices for these students.

She speaks at conferences regarding her research on supporting undocumented students/vulnerable populations on college campuses. She consults with higher education professionals on how to create inclusive and welcoming environments for undocumented students and creates curriculum to train faculty to become undocumented student allies.

Check out more about her private practice to see how you can work with her to support the Undocumented and DACA student communities.

A little more about me…(the fun stuff)!

  • Proud #Wildcat from the University of Arizona and a graduate from the University of Phoenix.
  • Love writing, research, and learning.
  • A #planneraddict and if you don’t know what that is, just throw the hashtag up on Instagram and you will know right away.  🙂
  • I have a beautiful cocker spaniel who is 9 years old and she is the craziest, but best dog ever.
  • Found my greatest passion after I became a mother for the first time and then it just grew stronger after I became a mother the second time. Teaching, learning, and trying to understand myself/others became my mission.
  • My mother and father are my greatest influences.
  • There are so many women in history and today who influence me and I look up to. I can’t list them all, but I am so thankful that we have so many strong, powerful, intelligent women to learn lessons from.
  • Wholeheartedly believe that we can learn more from others and ourselves than we really think is possible. One of the greatest powers that we have as humans is our ability to reflect and think critically. We can learn from ours and other people’s mistakes, and we can learn from ours and other people’s successes. When we spend time understanding how our minds work and why we think the way we do, we can do more of what we want to do and what makes us happy. I have seen this happen with the thousands of students I have taught in college classes and individuals I have worked with. Reflection, connection, and collaboration are three important elements to lead us where we want to go with our lives.