Our Team


At Daughters Beyond Incarceration, we commit to achieve DBI’s mission by cultivating positive relationships through- effective communication, teamwork and passion.


Dominque Jones

Founder & Director / Mentor

Dominque Jones is native New Orleanian and a graduate of Warren Easton Sr. High School. As an adult child with an incarcerated parent, Ms. Jones advocates for kids with incarcerated parents by leading an organization geared toward the overall well-being of young black girls with an incarcerated father. In addition, she also speaks on panels as an expert in the field of trauma due to parental incarceration. In December of 2017, Ms. Jones became a published author with her article in Loyola's Law Review, titled: "When are you coming home: AN EXPLORATORY ESSAY CONFRONTING THE ISSUES INVOLVING CHILDREN WITH INCARCERATED PARENTS AND HOW TO BREAK THE CYCLE". She received her undergraduate’s degree from Alabama State University on a full track and field scholarship and, her Master's in Human Resource Education with a specialization in Organizational Leadership from LSU.

Robresha “Bree” Anderson is a native New Orleanian that graduated from Warren Easton Sr. High School. Bree is an advocate, social entrepreneur and trauma expert, in view of parental incarceration and her story has been featured on talk shows, panels and news articles about how mass incarceration affects children. Her social experience led her to become a community leader by helping to eliminate race-based discrimination as a former committee member of the NAACP and actively serve as a board member of Innocence Project New Orleans Young Professional Committee to defy society’s stereotype of children with incarcerated parents. As well as, the Co-Founder of Daughters Beyond Incarceration, a non-profit geared towards enhancing the overall life of girls with incarcerated fathers.


Bree Anderson

Co-Director / Mentor


Dedicated to fostering relationships between girls and their incarcerated fathers.


Our Advisors



Kendra Anderson

Charles Brown, Jr.
Advisor (incarcerated) 

Robert Jones

William Snowden
The Juror Project

Alanah Odoms Herbert
Executive Director ACLU


Our Donors

A special thank you to our generous donors


Voice of the Experienced
New Orleans, LA

Young Man Olympians
New Orleans, LA

Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Mountainview, CA

Healthy Blue
Baton Rouge, LA


Our Partners