Development Manager, Fair Fight Action
Dom Kelly is a person with Cerebral Palsy, a lifelong disability justice advocate, and a passionate progressive. Dom is currently the Development Manager for Fair Fight Action, a Georgia-based national voting rights organization founded by Stacey Abrams. After the loss of his triplet brother Paul at the age of 6, Dom and his identical brother Sean helped start and lead a program in their local school district that taught other kids about disabilities, ultimately leading to his passion for disability justice and desire to help build political power among the disability community. In addition to working in politics, Dom is a longtime musician. As a member of his award-winning band A Fragile Tomorrow, he and his brothers recorded and toured with artists including Indigo Girls, Joan Baez, The Bangles and Toad the Wet Sprocket starting at 15 years old. They have toured around the world and released six studio albums. When he's not working to protect democracy, writing songs, and dreaming about helping disabled progressives run for office, Dom is at home in Atlanta with his wife Catie, their dog Vivi, and their cat Pippi Longstocking most likely having a dance party in their living room. Dom holds a bachelor's degree in music production and a master's degree in new media journalism. He recently earned a graduate certificate in social impact strategy from University of Pennsylvania.