Board Members

The Board of SoulFull Life University brings together a diverse group of leaders from public, private, non-profit sectors, and the academia, committed to supporting youth and young adults. Their dedication to our cause is made evident by their tireless efforts to deepen our partnerships, amplify our work, and hold us accountable to delivering meaningful results.

Capri St. Vil recently served as the Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at The Corps Network, with a passion for increasing exposure as well as opportunities in the environmental and conservation field for black and brown youth. She has looked to deepen The Corps Network and the Corps understanding around institutional and structural racism and how it plays out in the work that we do.  She is a graduate of New York University for both her BFA and MA.  She has more than 35 years of experience in education in NYC, Seattle, and now DC.  

She has worked extensively with foster care youth, court-involved youth as well as other youth and adults, who are defined as “at risk.”  Serving as Director of Student Life at Antioch University Seattle, she developed and managed an education and workforce development program in NYC, coordinated services for students with disabilities, and taught as an English high school teacher in Brooklyn, NY at Boys and Girls High School and Wingate High School. Capri also is the co-founder of Rebuilding Haiti One Trip at a Time, and has had increased interest in the intersection of water and watershed health in Haiti.  

Jose Dominguez, PCC is a certified executive coach, trainer, and facilitator. He brings over 16 years of professional experience to his engagements, having worked extensively as a leader in the not-for-profit sector as a CEO, COO, Major Gifts Officer and Board Chair. He is proud of all that he has been able to contribute to the organizations he has worked for in the areas of operations, finance, fundraising, IT and HR.

Jose coaches leaders, at all levels, to find a more gentle and sustainable approach in building a more just and equitable world. He coaches for excellence, results, self-acceptance and noble purpose. He is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and worked for 5 years as a professional actor. Jose taps into his creative experiences to bring an uncommon sensitivity, discipline and emotional range to his work with all his clients in order to help them tap into their instincts, voice, gesture, and body as tools for their self-realization. Jose trained at the Teleos Leadership Institute, holds a Certificate in Public Municipal Management from George Washington University, an MFA from New York University and B.F.A. from Southern Methodist University

Patrice Emilcar is dedicated to supporting early childhood and the youth because she believes that only by empowering and supporting the ones behind us, can we begin to strengthen the future we have in front of us. Patrice brings extensive experience working in public and non-profit sectors, specifically with preschool, after school and youth programs. In December 2015 she was accepted into the prestigious Capital City Fellows Program that started her career in DC Government. She then transitioned to working with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, supporting the homeless community with Public Housing Authorities nationwide. Patrice received a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Early Childhood Education from Post University, and an M.P.A. in Public Administration with a concentration in Personnel and Labor Relations from the University of New Haven.