Dominic joined his team at Barclays to form Summit Trail Advisors in 2015, a private investment advisory firm with offices in New York City, Chicago, and San Francisco. He was previously at Goldman Sachs & Co. A graduate from the University of California, Berkeley, he was a California Alumni Association Leadership Award Scholar for three consecutive years (Berkeley’s premiere merit based award established in 1934). During his undergraduate career, he served on the Undergraduate Admissions Coordination Board, and was a member of the Cal Triathlon Team, which won the National Championships in Alabama. A passionate enthusiast for social and philanthropic engagement, he was the youngest member to serve a three-year tenure on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Symphony's Symphonix League, a group of young professionals focused on holding events to raise funds for the symphony's educational programs. In 2013, he was nominated as a Man of the Year Candidate for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, a national 10-week fundraising campaign that raises millions of dollars annually for blood cancer research. He also served on a committee at the American Red Cross, the San Francisco Symphony's VC 40 leadership committee, and is frequently invited as a speaker and scholarship judge panelist at UC Berkeley. An accomplished musician, Dominic was in the first violin section of the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra (SFSYO) for three seasons, rehearsing and performing at Davies Symphony Hall and collaborating with individuals such as Florence Henderson of The Brady Bunch, ABC's Grey's Anatomy star Sara Ramirez, and violinist Julian Rachlin. In 2008, SFSYO went on a concert tour to Germany and Prague, performing in some of the world's most venerated concert halls, including sold out performances at the Berlin Philharmonie and Smetena Hall.