What is Domino Sound?

Domino Sound is a newly established, woman-owned production & consulting company creating one-of-a-kind audio content. We work with artists and brands who have a unique perspectives. Our mission is to bring equity to the world of podcasting.

To truly diversify the audio landscape, it is vital to consider who is telling who’s stories. Who has the right to? Who does it best?

We believe that stories play an essential role in the development of humanity. They always have. We seek to promote acceptance, inclusion and awareness through authentic storytelling. We are dedicated to creating a genuine space for minorities to tell their stories.


Meet the Team


Alexandra DiPalma

Co-founder and executive producer

Alex is an audio producer, editor, consultant and teacher. She’s the producer of Food 4 Thot, which was named one of the best podcasts of 2017 by New York Magazine, and Akimbo with Seth Godin, one of the top business podcasts of 2018. She also runs a podcasting class with Seth; they taught more than 800 students last year.

Prior to founding Domino, Alex ran the Brand Studio at Midroll Media/Stitcher, produced television at Fusion and a daily news show at Minnesota Public Radio. She loves being Italian and has an acute salt addiction. She also went viral once but still remains humble. Alex graduated from Columbia University and went to NYU’s Graduate School of Journalism.



Kenya Anderson

Co-founder and producer

Kenya Anderson understood the fluidity of sexuality and gender at a very young age, due to her mom’s unlikely obsession with the Barbra Streisand’s iconic 1983 romantic musical drama film, Yentl.

She’s worked on shows like Billions, Madam Secretary, and Netflix’s Okja. She currently works producing audio and video content for the Girltrek, the largest public health non-profit focused on improving the mental and physical health of Black women and girls.



Noleca Radway

VP of Programming

As Executive Director of Brooklyn Free School and host of the up-and-coming Raising Rebels podcast, Noleca Radway helps children and marginalized people tell their story within a social justice context. 

She considers the ability to make connections between people, philosophies, and dimensions her personal superpower, and attributes it to being a Bronx-raised, first-generation Black Jamaican wife, mother, teacher, educator, and Octavia Butler fan.  Noleca received her BA in English from Howard University. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Homero, and their three children.


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Victoria Ruiz

Creative consultant

Victoria is the lead singer of Downtown Boys, the band Rolling Stone calls the most exciting punk band in America. She’s the founder of Spark Mag, a project of Demand Progress, whose motto is “Culture is a Weapon,” and whose focus is supporting radical activism in art, specifically within music industry. Oh yea, she’s also in law school and plans to become a public defender.

Victoria is also Mitski’s hero. She started the infamous hunger strike at Columbia University in 2007. She recently founded an all-natural skin care brand called Cremas Cosmicas. She was recently forced to delete most social media because she spent too much time stalking Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson.



Homero Radway

Head of Business Development