Enrique Dominguez, Director

Enrique Dominguez is a first-generation college graduate from a rural town in west Texas. He graduated from Texas Engineering with a degree in civil engineering. He worked in industry for seven years where he learned his true vocation for equity and equality. Dominguez is currently the Region D Chair for the National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates (NAMEPA), where he shares his passion for helping underrepresented students. He is a father, husband, uncle, brother, son and friend and loves every aspect of his family. His motto is "Fe, Honor y Dignidad" (Faith, Honor and Dignity) — a motto that he has lived by since he was able to understand the terms.

Johnny Hill, Student Program Coordinator

Johnny Hill is an Austinite and alumnus of The University of Texas at Austin. He received his bachelor's degree in economics and earned the Business Foundation Certificate from UT's McCombs School of Business. He is currently a committee member of Former President Obama's Greater Austin Area My Brother’s Keeper (GAAMBK) Initiative, supporting males of color in reaching their full potential. Hill is also a committee member of Mayor Steve Adler’s Institutional Racism and Systemic Inequities (IRSI), which explores inequities throughout the city of Austin. He joined EOE in May 2017.

Shawntal Brown, Student Program Coordinator

Shawntal Brown hails from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where she attended the University of Oklahoma for her bachelor's degree. She received her Bachelors in Psychology and Women's and Gender Studies. Her passion for Women's and Gender Studies and social justice lead her to receive her Master’s degree at the University of Texas at Austin. Ultimately, she recognized her interest working with students of color, LGBTQIA+, and women identified students as well as first generation students. These experiences inspired her to become a part of the Equal Opportunity in Engineering family. 

Shelby Todd, Student Program Coordinator

Shelby Todd is one of EOE’s newest team members, joining in July 2019. She received her B.A. in Communication from Texas A&M University and her M.Ed in Higher Education from the University of North Texas. Her passion for social justice has led her to gain experiences with education equity programs, underrepresented student populations, and experiential learning. She is excited to utilize her new skills and knowledge as part of the EOE team! Outside of work she enjoys cooking and traveling to new places.

Susan Stanford, Administrative Assistant

Susan Stanford is an alumnus of The University of Texas at Austin, and she previously worked as an advisor in the Department of Civil, Architectural and Industrial Engineering for many years. Stanford also works with the Cockrell School's Women in Engineering Program. Her favorite food is queso. She joined EOE in February 2016.