Steph Domond is the Student Programs Manager at the USC Dornsife Center for the Political Future. He helps place students in internships through the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, assists with the administration of the POSC 395 and IR 391 Internship Program, runs the experiential learning program in Sacramento (Cerrell Political Leadership Summit), serves as CPF liaison to numerous USC student groups, and provides support for CPF events.
Before joining CPF, he worked on congressional campaigns in California and Massachusetts. He served as a research assistant in Massachusetts for Democratics for Education on a K-12 education policy primer. As a special assistant for Boston Common Asset Management, he researched racially discriminatory practices of the central banking institutions in the United States. As a Fellow for Priorities for Progress, he was the lead author of “Closing the Turnout Gap: Lessons from the Intervention to Increase Black Voter Turnout in Boston’s 2021 Mayoral Election.”
Steph is a proud Trojan. He graduated with a BA in Political Science and Political Economy from the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences with a minor in Political Communication in the Media Age. He was active in CPF as an undergraduate student in the Building Future Leaders Volunteer Program.
Steph is a native of Connecticut, the state with the best pizza in the U.S. He loves live music, his book collection, and trying new restaurants. His political passions include advancing equity initiatives, voting rights, and good governance.