Under Ali’s leadership, her team delivers exceptional results in communicating value and creating a connection with our culture and brand to all stakeholders – our team, our business partners, and the industry.  I am proud and grateful for her impressive accomplishments, and excited to see where this next leadership opportunity will take Ali, her team, and our organization.

— Rob Lynch, CEO

People Highlights

As the newly appointed Director of Marketing at Dome, Ali Wood’s role revolves around promoting the brand through diverse marketing initiatives while upholding its reputation through consistent messaging. With a deep passion for collaboration and a genuine commitment to contributing to the growth of her team and the organization, Ali embraces the dynamic and enriching culture at Dome, which she considers her second home.

Her journey to success began with a genuine curiosity for the built environment, sparked during summers spent working alongside her entrepreneurial father, who dabbled in construction. After graduating with a degree in Communication Studies, Ali found her calling when she joined Dome as a Marketing Intern. Instantly, she felt a strong connection with the company’s values and the opportunities it offered for personal and professional growth.

Over the past 12 years, Ali has played a vital role in nurturing and expanding the marketing department. Under her leadership, the team has achieved remarkable milestones, propelling Dome into a prominent digital presence and diversifying marketing efforts beyond traditional norms. The focus on strategic initiatives has set Dome apart, positioning it as a trailblazer in the industry.

In her role as a woman in the construction industry, Ali has observed significant changes, most notably, the industry’s increased emphasis on diversity and inclusion. This commitment to making a difference within their organization and the more prominent industry landscape stands out at Dome.

As she continues to excel in her role, Ali’s career lessons revolve around continuous learning, networking, mentorship, celebrating successes, and staying true to oneself. Her advice to aspiring professionals is to embrace growth, build meaningful connections, and remain authentic to their core values.

Aside from her professional accomplishments, Ali takes pride in starting the mom’s group and leading the Cycle for Survival team at Dome. She has been instrumental in growing her team from just two members to a solid and talented group of seven.

In summary, Ali Wood’s journey at Dome has been inspiring. Her dedication to fostering a collaborative and innovative marketing environment, her commitment to diversity and inclusion, and her genuine desire to see her team thrive all contribute to making her a driving force in the industry. As she looks forward to the exciting opportunities, Ali’s passion and leadership will continue to leave a positive and lasting impact at Dome and beyond.

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More about Ali

What Makes You Smile?

Watching my soon-to-be two-year-old experience the world. It’s so sweet now that he can communicate with us. He’s his own little person, and his personality is beaming through. Also, watching my Husband be a dad, it’s always so fun watching the two of them together.

What are you happiest doing when you’re not at work?

Spending time with my family!

What is your go-to for having a good laugh?

My friends. I feel so lucky that I have great lifelong friends, and when we are together no matter how long we’ve gone without seeing each other, it’s guaranteed to be the best, most hilarious time!  

What organizations are near and dear to your heart?

Cycle for Survival. An organization accelerating progress in rare cancer research through pioneering research and clinic trials at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. For the last six years, I’ve led our Dome Construction team, and together we’ve raised over $50k, with 100% of the proceeds going to fund cancer research. The organization and its mission are near and dear to my heart for many reasons, mainly because in 2019, we lost my 21-year-old cousin to a rare pediatric cancer, and I ride for him every year.

If you could only eat one meal every day, what would it be?

Sushi. We lived in Japan for over a year, and I ate some form of sushi every day, without fail.

How do you start your day?

I start most days at the gym – I’ve been loving F45, followed promptly by my first iced coffee of the morning and morning show with Henry.