Dominique Bryant-Howell thrives at the intersection of healthcare, finance and women’s empowerment. A natural leader, Dominique possesses the drive and innovation of a business owner, the tenacity of an equity seeker and the vision of a humanitarian with an unwavering focus on people, purpose and profitability.
Bryant-Howell is president and CEO of Dallas-based healthcare financial management consulting firm Howell Consulting Group. With over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry, she is known as a visionary and a subject matter expert who provides innovative solutions through financial and IT services for hospitals and medical practices worldwide, including organizations such as Hawaii Health Systems, Good Shepherd Medical Center and IASIS Healthcare. Bryant-Howell now uses her experience in healthcare and financial literacy to impact the lives of individuals through her work with the Chris Howell Foundation. Above all, it is her greatest desire to help other women understand who they are, and who they can become – and because of this foundation, that is exactly what she does.
Bryant-Howell leads teams of consultants that create innovative revenue solutions to solve critical revenue cycle management issues, improve operations, accelerate cash flow, prevent revenue loss, and system implementation and optimization for hospitals and physician practices globally.
As a women’s empowerment aficionado, she helps women understand who they are and guides them on a journey to discover who they can become. As a coach, she provides health and wealth guidance and resources covering topics such as mental health strategies, financial literacy, HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, and practical life skills that help free women from the shackles of poverty, underemployment, toxic relationships, low self-esteem and health disparities .
For her, the roles of entrepreneur, lawyer and philanthropist are showcased in her position as President and CEO of the Chris Howell Foundation. She is the driving force behind improving the quality of life for the most vulnerable through ongoing services such as nutritious meal distributions to residents of food deserts, financial and personal events for women, men and families, and awareness initiatives that address health care issues that disproportionately affect people of color. She is also the mastermind behind the foundation’s fundraising strategies, continuous programming and resource sharing that lift families and move communities from instability to sustainability and self-sufficiency.