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    Juanita Dominguez, Instructor


    Coastal Bend College
    Office: 105 (Alice)
    704 Coyote Trail
    Alice, TX 78332
    Phone: 664-2981 Ext. 3028 

     Office: 100D (Kingsville)
    1814 Brahma Blvd.
    Kingsville, TX 78363
    Phone: 592-1615 Ext. 4054


  • Biography

    Juanita Dominguez is a Professor in the Business Administration Department.  She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Training and Development from Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, an Associate of Applied Science degree in General Business from Bee County College and a Clerk-Typist Certificate from Bee County College. She is a member of Texas Community College Teachers Association and certified through the Title V Distance Learning Academies for distance and Internet course delivery. She is currently a Senator in the Faculty Senate representing the Kingsville site. Mrs. Dominguez has been with Coastal Bend College since 1985 and has held several positions.  Her positions include: 1985-1989 Clerk/Secretary for the Nursing Department at the Alice site; 1989-1990-Secretary for the Director at the Alice site; 1990-1997- Part-time Word Processing Instructor/Lab Assistant; 1997-Current-Professor, Business Technology at the Alice and Kingsville sites.  

    She and her husband of 27 years and their three children are active in their church and are very active parents with their children’s school activities.  Her son attended CBC as a dual-credit student while in high school and continued attending CBC after his high school years.  He now holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University Kingsville and is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University Kingsville.  Her daughter is a high school senior and is also attending Coastal Bend College in Alice as a dual credit student.  Her youngest is in the 7th grade and is currently playing his first year of football.  She and her family enjoy spending family time together.  They enjoy their weekends by going to different parts of south Texas in their RV.