Educator.
Author.
Life Coach.
Counselor.

"Through Education we bring forward endless possibilities,  therefore making anything possbile"


Mr. Dominique Izes Bailey is Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Crossroads Youth Development Center (CYDC). His company is based out of Cape Girardeau, Missouri and headquarters located in Tallhassee, Florida. Mr. Bailey provides services to individuals and institutions in the education field, career consultation, counseling and life-coaching. The company's mission is to help provide students and institutions with the highest quality of counseling and education possible to our youth and to assist teachers, principals and other education professionals excel in their careers. Mr. Bailey offers a number of services including professional development seminars, teacher mentoring programs, principal mentoring programs, career services and consulting services.

  Mr. Bailey is  the Academic Coordinator for the Upward Bound Math Science (UBMS) Program located in the office of Student Support Services at Florida A&M University. The UBMS program is a precollegiate grant program funded by the federal government to increase the representation of low socio-economic and first generation students in the areas of math and science. He has over a decade of experience in education, counseling and mentoring. He has been a teacher, school counselor, team leader. ​ His educational and leadership experiences include earning a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Masters of Arts in School Counseling at Southeast Missouri State University, one of the state’s four CACREP accredited program
 
  In May 2017, Mr. Bailey was accepted into the Educational Leadership program at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (FAMU) located in Tallahassee, Florida. His research interests are; increasing the representation of minority students in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics; student talent identification for underrepresented students using curriculum measurements aside from standardized testing; increasing the representation amongst African-American men in areas of teaching and educational leadership in PK-20 institutions and organizations.


Mr. Bailey has been married  to his wife Deja for three years. Together they have two children, Izes and Iyana.


Mr. Bailey is passionate about educating our community. His motto is,
"Through education we bring forward endless possibilities, therefore making anything possible”

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