Carmen Domonkos is a retired social worker and elected official with 30 years of experience in not-for-profit administration and community organizing. She served 13 years as an elected member of the Stamford Board of Representatives and as President for six years.
As former Program Manager of the Stamford Partnership, she led the efforts to create two successful community organizations in Stamford’s East Side and West Side Neighborhoods. She has held positions as the Human Resource Director of Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now and other administrative roles in the not-for-profit sector.
In addition to serving on the board of INTEMPO, Carmen is part of the League of Women Voters. She has volunteered her time serving as former Chair of Senior Services of Stamford, board member at the Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging, co-teacher for Building One Community’s Citizenship Training Class, and as Person-to-Person food pantry volunteer. The Housing Development Fund recognized her legacy by awarding her the Hilda Mortimer Community Hero award in 2004 and 2010.
Originally from Wyoming, she received her Associate’s Degree from Casper College and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Connecticut. She lives in downtown Stamford with her husband, Ron.