"Currently, I work as a consultant in Washington D.C. for the United States Institute of Peace and the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict. Previously, I worked on the Africa Program for the United Nations-affiliated University for Peace in Geneva Switzerland.
"I am currently working on a PhD in International Politics at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. My dissertation examines the role of the United States as an external actor in assisting nonviolent civil resistance movements in achieving democratic transitions." 
From 2008: "Dominic Volinnino '04 received his MA in International Law and Human Rights at the University for Peace. He currently works as a consultant at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) in Washington D.C., where he is developing multimedia materials to support sixteen new courses in peace and conflict management which are soon to be launched. He is also currently a PhD candidate in International Politics at the University of Wales, Aberystwth with a thesis entitled, "To what extent do American Christian denominations oppose US militarism?" Prior to working at USIP, Dominic worked with the UPEACE Africa Program in Geneva, Switzerland to help launch pilot programs in West Africa addressing peace and conflict among African youth. He also holds a MA in International Law and Human Rights from UPEACE, and an MBA in International Economic Development."