Ms. Olga M. Dominguez has over thirty years of experience in leadership and
management spanning local, state and federal governments. She is a strong advocate of
Sustainability, Infrastructure Management, Climate Resiliency and Adaptation and led
NASA’s efforts until her retirement in March of 2014. Post retirement, Ms. Dominguez
also served in an advisory role to the Association of Climate Change Officers.
While at NASA, Ms. Dominguez served as the Assistant Administrator for Strategic
Infrastructure. Ms. Dominguez held many leadership roles for NASA including the
Agency Senior Sustainability Officer, the Agency Real Property Officer, the Agency
Historic Preservation Officer, and the Agency Climate Adaptation Officer. She received
numerous awards, including the Presidential Rank Award of Distinguished Executive; the
Presidential Rank Award of Meritorious Executive; the Presidential Award for Leadership
in Energy Management; NASA’s Cooperative External Achievement Award; NASA’s
Medal for Outstanding Leadership: and, NASA’s Distinguished Service Medal. She was
named one of “The 80 Elite Hispanic Women” by the Hispanic Business magazine in
Ms. Dominguez’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Fish
and Wildlife Management, with emphasis in Zoology from the University of Maryland.
She and her family reside in Annapolis, MD.