Annabel Dominguez (1986) has been selected to join the 7th cohort of the Homeward Bound Project
Annabel will connect with 109 women in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine), from across the globe, to increase the influence and impact of women in making decisions that shape the future of our planet.
Annabel will be joined by research scientists, environmentalists, veterinarians, engineers, biologists, geologists, social scientists, doctors, nurse practitioners and engineers from countries such as Saudi Arabia, Spain, Italy, France, Switzerland, Belgium, UK, Israel, Canada, USA and Chile.
The Homeward Bound initiative aims to enhance participants’ leadership, strategic and visibility skills so that they are better equipped to effect positive outcomes in their “sphere of influence” as well as in the wider world.
The program comprises workshops, reflective sessions, diagnostic tools and one-on-one coaching sessions, and the opportunity to develop meaningful collaborations through small group work. It offers individuals the chance to build a global and expanding network of deeply skilled women with a background in STEMM who are committed, compassionate, personally self-aware, able to accept and give constructive feedback, have a legacy-mindset, and are trusted with assets – financial, people and planet.
Each graduating cohort becomes part of a global network of like-minded women committed to demonstrating, as individuals and together, a model of leadership that will influence outcomes for men and women towards a healthier planet, and a sustainable future for us all. The project culminates with a trip to Antarctica where participants will encounter first-hand the fragility of the natural world and discover, research and understand the early warning signs of climate change.
Annabel is well placed to make a significant contribution to this Project. Upon graduating from KRB, Annabel studied a Diploma of Applied Science (Nursing) then completed a Bachelor of Nursing at University of Sydney. She then continued her studies completing a Master of Public Health at UNSW.
Annabel has worked clinically as an emergency and hyperbaric nurse. She has also worked as an international medical escort and as a Medical Co-ordinator at sporting and cultural events. She has extensive experience as a Relationship Manager working in business development, account, project and change management and with technologies at large corporate organisations such as Baxter, Phillips and GE. Annabel is currently working as an Account Manager at Dräger, an international leader in the fields of medical and safety technology, as a Registered Nurse in Covid virtual care at the Northern Sydney Local Health District and as a Seasonal Academic at Australian Catholic University.