Kathleen Domingo serves as Senior Director of the Office of Life, Justice and Peace and Director of Government Relations for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. She leads the efforts to educate and advocate on social issues including abortion, immigration, homelessness and poverty, adoption and foster care, elderly and end of life services, human trafficking, and care for creation.
Kathleen directs OneLife LA, a large-scale annual event held in downtown Los Angeles celebrating the beauty and dignity of every human life. With speakers such as Nick Vujicic, Immaculee Ilibagiza, Patricia Heaton, Karen Gaffney and Bishop Charles E Blake, OneLife LA gathers people from every community in Southern California for celebration and service.
She is the creator of Respect Life Week, an interdisciplinary service-learning program for students grades K-12 that immerses them in the understanding of the dignity of every person and encourages students to be positive, local leaders.
Kathleen is a national speaker, writer, and organizer, connecting Catholic social doctrine to contemporary social issues and public life. Kathleen serves as Chair of the Board of Human Life Action and participates in Los Angeles city and county task forces for human trafficking, homeless outreach, elder care-giving, and foster care.
Kathleen holds a BS from the University of San Francisco as well as a Certificate from its St Ignatius Institute. She earned a Masters degree in Theology from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies in Marriage and Family in Washington, DC. Kathleen and her husband Rocky, along with their two sons Joseph and Owen, are members of St. Andrew Parish in Pasadena, CA.