A native of East Baltimore, Dominic Moulden has extensive experience in community organizing and affordable housing development. He has been the Resource Organizer for Organizing Neighborhood Equity – ONE DC (and its predecessor Manna Community Development Corporation) since 1997.
Throughout his career, Moulden has led programs designed to encourage democratic social and economic development in the Shaw neighborhood of Northwest, DC. Moulden has strengthened relationships with other non-profits; brought neighborhood people into dialogue with one another and with those who represent diverse interests in the community, including developers, unions, employers, and politicians; and engaged for-profit developers to ensure their projects contain adequate community benefits. Moulden has served on the boards of a variety of nonprofits, including The ICA Group, the Enterprise Foundation Network Advisory Board, and the National Campaign for Human Development. He has spoken in higher education institutions and at conferences on a variety of economic and social justice topics, including housing, workplace democracy, community development and revitalization, faith and justice, and leading change.
Moulden participated in executive education through the Washington Urban League, Tufts University, Leadership Washington, and the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He holds a BA in Philosophy from St. Alphonsus College, and an MA in Theological Studies from Washington Theological Union. He was awarded a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Interdisciplinary Research Fellowship in 2016.