Dominique Robinson is an African-American, Latinx female, choreographer, dancer, and producer from Soundview, Bronx. Robinson holds a Masters in Dance Education from New York University and is certified in ballet by the National Training Curriculum of American Ballet Theatre. In 2014, Robinson founded Pizarts Global Dance Hub. A Dance and visual artist collective with members located in the USA, South & Central America, Asia, Africa, and Europe, who work together to curate, produce and host public performances and nurture communities through free and affordable global programming. Robinson was recognized for her producing abilities, when published in (1) The Bronx Times  for her collaboration with the Harrod Avenue homeowners group, securing Robinson over 6,000sqft of gallery and performance space to house artists and host virtual and live performances on the premises and (2) twice in Dance Informa, for ‘Read Between The Lines,’ a virtual dance film made in quarantine , and her international residency program Dance Gap Year . The highest achievement as a choreographer emerged from the invitation by Columbia University to co-create a piece, after her passing, that depicted the life’s work of American educator and philosopher Maxine Greene. ‘A Celebration of Maxine Greene .’ In 2019 Robinson became a company member of Axons Dance Theatre.