Divina Ceniceros Dominguez is currently a third-year at the University of Texas majoring in Journalism with an Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship certificate. She’s a print and online writer for Spark Magazine, holds the event coordinator for the UT Mexican American Culture Committee (MACC), and Director of Communications for the Latinx Community Affairs (LCA). Her coursework reflects her interest in engaging storytelling through text, audio and visual mediums.
Her professional background is largely in content writing and photography for south Texas-based magazines, project management and social media marketing. She’s ran several professional social media accounts such as the the University of Texas’ Social News Network Political Twitter account, Texas restaurant Sushi Madre’s Instagram and Facebook accounts and Cream City Magazine’s Instagram account. Personally, she’s worked on poetry, short stories, novels, lyrics, screenplays, essays and blog posts since her start in writing in 2012.
Divina is passionate in all things fashion, politics and culture. Her contributions and collaborations with Spark Magazine keep her involved with the fashion world and pop culture. As a Rapoport Service Scholar, community service and political activism in the immigrant and LGBTQ+ communities are both very important to her. For collaborations or questions feel free to reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org, the contact page or any of her social media platforms.