Christiana Dominguez has been with Blanning & Baker since 2011, save for a brief tour of duty at the California Department of Justice where she served as a legislative advocate for the Attorney General. She has worked in labor law and policy representing state employees since graduating from the University of California College of the Law, San Francisco in 2005.
Dominguez develops winning strategies for her clients – organizational or individual – on matters ranging from contract negotiations to administrative hearings.
Dominguez has an extensive background in politics and policy, having served as a Fellow in the Office of then-Assembly Speaker Herb J. Wesson, Jr, and working on political campaigns from local to presidential. She graduated cum laude from Claremont McKenna College with a degree in Government with a focus on Leadership Studies, writing her thesis on judicial elections in Los Angeles County.
In her free time, she serves on several Boards, including the YMCA of Superior California, where she also volunteers with the YMCA’s Model Legislature & Court program to ensure that the next generation is civically engaged, values democratic institutions, and possesses the advocacy skills necessary to build stronger communities.