Congratulations to Dominique Pritchett, a 2017 Susan B Anthony Women of Influence scholarship winner. Dominique is employed by KVNA as a part-time mental health clinician at the Kenosha County Jail. She also works full-time as a lead mental health clinician and psychotherapist at the Kenosha Community Health Center. Dominque earned a master's degree from Loyola University and a bachelor's degree from Carthage College, both in social work. She is halfway through a blended five-year doctoral program in clinical psychology with Minneapolis-based Capella University. Upon earning her doctorate, Dominique hopes to apply her knowledge in the areas of autism, trauma and multicultural psychology, lending her skills and voice to serve those who need it the most. Upon receiving the news of the scholarship award, Dominique said "It definitely demonstrates that people are taking notice of my life long goal of learning and advancing, but also re-conceptualizing what power means as a woman. I am a mirror of my community and it doesn't just stop because you don't have the funds." KVNA is grateful to have Dominique as part of the clinical team supporting the challenging needs of individuals in our community.