Dominique M. Lohn, who goes by “Dom,” is a native of Jackson, Wyoming, and graduated from Jackson Hole High School in 2014. Dom then pursued a career as a jockey, moving from Wyoming to Texas, and then from Texas to South Carolina, where she discovered her love for show jumping, and jump started her career in the Equestrian Industry.
In 2017 Dom moved to the United Kingdom to further pursue her dreams of competing as an Olympic athlete. She attended Hartpury University in England, majoring in Equine Science and Management. While studying for her degree, she competed in several International Showjumping Competitions on her best project horse Lucky Prize, riding in Spain, Austria, Wales, and throughout England. After receiving her degree, and competing in several international competitions, Dom retired from the Equestrian Industry, and moved back home to Wyoming.
Dom began working for Robinson Welch Bramlet as a Legal Assistant in 2020, rediscovering her love for the law, and igniting a new passion for defending civil rights and standing up for social equality. Dom received her Paralegal Certificate from the University of California, Long Beach, and became a Notary Public. She has been involved in Civil Litigation, Construction Law, Trademark and Patent Law, Employment Law, Family Law, Civil Rights, Personal Injury and Probate Law. Dom continues to pursue and further her education in the law and remains an active member of the Jackson Hole community. She hopes to become an attorney in the future.
Dom enjoys spending her free time outdoors, fishing, hunting, climbing, boating and hiking with her friends and family, and dedicates her weekends to exploring the outdoors with her family. She is also fluent in Spanish and maintains dual-citizenship in both the United States and Chile, where her mother was born and raised.