About

Meet Dom Gelsomino

Born into a middle class family of entrepreneurs, farmers, butchers, and homemakers, independence and hard work are ingrained into Dom's character and person. Growing up, he's always considered public service as the highest form of giving back to his community that which it provided him. 

Dom trusts in the power of the individual, and the limitless success Idahoans can achieve when given the suitable economic and business environment to do so which will continue Idaho’s strong standing across the nation as one of the top states to raise a family and do business.

Meridian is growing at a quick pace and is exponentially attracting the attention of business leaders, investors, and others as an up and coming city. It's been ranked among the top 20 best cities to live in, start a business, and raise a family. Dom believes that by building on what has brought Meridian to succeed today along with further initiatives and investments by City Council into the potential and spirit of the people of Meridian, together we can make Meridian the No.1 city in Idaho to be!

Dom is the image of the American Dream in his family. With ancestry in Sicily's Capitol of Palermo, He is the first to graduate with high grades in both high school and college in America. He graduated from Boise State University in the fall of 2013 with a Bachelor's of Science in Political Science with an Emphasis in American Government and Public Policy and a Minor in General Business. He currently serves his community by working as a Junior Loan Processor for Guild Mortgage Company. 

If elected, Dom will serve the people of Meridian to the highest degree. He hopes to earn their trust through hard work and dedication.

Personal Details

Dom Gelsomino

Age: 25 years old

Birthplace: Woodbury, New Jersey

Education

Boise State University

Bachelor of Science in Political Science

2010 - 2013

Boise State University graduate in Political Science with an emphasis in American Government and Public Policy. Minored in General Business studies.

Political Experience

Communications Director

Office of Senator Curt D. McKenzie | December 2013 - April 2014 | Boise, Idaho

Campaign Treasurer

Senator Russ Fulcher | January 2012 - November 2012 | Meridian, Idaho

Republican Candidate

Legislative District 18 Seat B | March 2014 - November 2014 | Boise, Idaho

State Chairman

Idaho Federation of College Republicans | January 2011 - December 2013 | Boise, Idaho

Chief of Staff

Senator Russ Fulcher | January 2011 - April 2013 | Boise, Idaho

Work Experience

Personal Banker

U.S. Bank | January 2015 - March 2016

Accountable for sales and service activities for in-store branch locations. Proactively seeks new customers through in-store marketing and in-aisle prospecting. Opens accounts, handles teller transactions, sells/cross-sells bank products and services, and resolves complex customer service issues. Participates with maintaining operational integrity at the branch. Refers customers to other areas of U.S. Bank as appropriate. Develops new business and expands customer relationships. Converts service opportunities into sales events.

Junior Loan Processor

Guild Mortgage Company | September 2016 - Present

PROCESSING The primary function of the Loan Processor is to ensure the timely and accurate packaging of all loans originated by our loan officers. Responsibilities include: Gather information and take each file from pre-approval to closing. Input proper loan information into the system for processing. Responsible for ensuring that all loan documentation is complete accurate verified and complies with company policy. Verify loan documents including income credit appraisal and title insurance ultimately preparing application to be submitted to underwriting. Review file documentation and make sure all items needed are requested. Order and coordinate loan documents. Meet crucial deadlines requested. Perform any additional duties/activities assigned by management. Mortgage loan application consists of various steps that also include mortgage loan processing.

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