Dominic Longo is an executive coach, facilitator of transformation, and leadership development expert based in New York City. Dominic’s special expertise is cross-cultural leadership. He helps clients create greater meaning and purpose in their work and unlock their full potential for flourishing.
A former Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Company in both the Middle East and the United States. As a faculty member in the Women’s Studies and Theology departments at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota, Dominic directed the Muslim-Christian Dialogue Center, teaching courses on sex and gender and leadership and diversity & inclusion in undergraduate and MBA programs. He completed a Ph.D. in Arabic and Islamic Studies (Harvard University), a B.A. in French and German, and an M.A. in theology (Boston College).
He holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential with the International Coach Federation, having trained at the Coaches Training Institute. A citizen of the United States and Italy, Dominic grew up in Nebraska and is fluent in Arabic, French, and German, with some proficiency in Italian and Spanish.
Dominic is a 6th-grade catechist in the Family Faith program, driven to share his faith and theological knowledge with children.