With a Master's in Educational Psychology, Dita Domonkos landed a role as director of a clinic in New York City specializing in schizophrenia and manic depression. After completing a special films study program at NYU, she served as director and producer for Vision Associates, creating corporate image films and television specials on PBS and CBS. Expanding on her background in health, and filmmaking, Dita served as Senior Vice-President, Executive Producer of Shaw Health Partners, managing professional and consumer education videos, as well as marketing products for launch and promotion. With these incredible achievements in her career, she continued to seek new challenges and added tools like AutoCAD to her skillsets while pursuing a BFA at the New York School of Interior Design. In Jacksonville, Dita founded and is the principal designer for DD Design. Her focus has been on healing spaces within healthcare facilities to foster and support health transformations. She is a member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and has served as a volunteer for the ASID Foundation. She has been an advocate for Southbank development and has volunteered extensively in the arts and culture sector, including her support of the 2018 MOCA NYE PARTY. She is a long-time MOCA member. While her impressive collection of contemporary art was enhanced by works gifted to her by an aunt with similar passions, Dita is herself an avid collector with representative works by Frank Auerbach, Joan Miro, Frank Stella, and many more.
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