DOMA is proud to support the Mothers who work with us every day. Today is a day to thank the all mothers in our lives and meditate on the impact they have made on who we have become. Whether you are a biological mom, step-mom, foster mom, adoptive mom, surrogate mom or just a mother figure in someone’s life – we thank you!
Two members of the DOMA marketing department have teamed up and are using technology to help alleviate the personal protective equipment (PPE) shortage in Virginia Beach.
Ever wonder what Digital Transformation would look like through memes? No need to wonder, we’ve got you covered.
DOMA believes it is vital to continue innovating during the critical time. Our team will be posting regular updates, adapting our solutions as needed, and implementing new tools to better support our customers. We are prepared to work harder and work smarter to honor the trust you have placed in us now and in the future.
International Women’s Day is right around the corner on March 8th and with that in mind, DOMA would like to honor the day by introducing you to 4 of the women at DOMA.
The new year has arrived, and along with it, the perfect opportunity to reflect on 2019. For DOMA Gives this means looking back at the impact our charitable initiatives have had in the community and taking the time to plan for an even more generous 2020.
DOMA is proud to support veterans every day of the year through our Private Medical Records program. However, November offers the unique opportunity to celebrate those veterans who work at DOMA.
On September 17th DOMA hosted its first Connected Business Networking (CBN) Event. CBN has over 150 members who meet monthly at different member locations around Hampton Roads. Each event hosts two keynote speakers and includes food and drinks, facility tours, and a speed networking session.
September 28, 2019 – At 8am on a blessedly overcast day a team of volunteers from DOMA and Roc Solid arrived in Newport News ready to build a playset for an amazing little girl named Mia. Mia, a bubbly 20-month-old, is battling Hepatoblastoma a rare form of cancer that typically starts in the liver. This playground project, sponsored by DOMA, is part of Roc Solid’s Play It Forward initiative.