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Deputy Director, The To&Through Project

Dominique “Dom” McKoy is the Deputy Director at the University of Chicago's To&Through Project. In this role, Dom leads public engagement efforts, connecting practitioners and education stakeholders with student attainment data and research on key success factors for middle school, high school, and college. Through his work, he aims to ensure all leaders in positions to affect student experiences have the necessary data to better understand student experiences and develop responsive supports. As a leader, Dom is passionate about facilitating public dialogue and partnerships that focus on disrupting inequitable systems within Chicago and developing postsecondary pathways that CPS students can access with agency and dignity.

Dom most recently worked as the Director of School Partnerships at OneGoal in Chicago. He holds a Master of Arts in Public Policy from the University of Chicago's Harris School and a Bachelor's degree from Kenyon College. He also serves on the board of Project OneTen, a Chicago-based mentoring program supporting young men of color in their transition to high school.