About ICF
Dominic Modicamore
Lead Labor Economist Consultant, Economic and Workforce Development
Dominic is an economic and workforce development expert with nearly 25 years of experience in economic analysis, economic and fiscal impact analysis, labor market analytics, cost-benefit and return-on-investment (ROI) analysis, and program evaluation.
Dominic is a subject matter expert in economic and workforce development, labor market analytics, and economic and fiscal impact analysis. He also has extensive experience measuring program performance by analyzing participant outcomes and conducting cost, ROI, and cost-benefit analysis studies. Dominic has conducted numerous studies across a broad range of economic issues, including labor market studies at the national, regional, and local levels; economic impact studies focused on the impact of various federal economic and fiscal policies; economic development projects and initiatives; and ROI studies for various federal programs. He recently completed economic and fiscal impact studies of the food economy in Washington, D.C., and child care accessibility in Washington State. Dominic also recently completed ROI studies for a number of AmeriCorps programs throughout the U.S. He has a Master of Urban Planning (M.U.P.) degree with a specialization in Economic Development Planning from State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo.
Education
  • M.U.P., Economic Development, SUNY at Buffalo
  • B.A., Economic Geography, SUNY at Buffalo
Publications
  • AmeriCorps and Senior Corps, Quantifying the Impacts. Voices for National Service, 2020.
  • DC Food Economy Study. District of Columbia Office of Planning, 2019.
  • Goods Movement Sector Workforce Assessment of Southern California. City of Los Angeles, Harbor Department, 2019
  • Economic Impact of Refugees in Colorado. Colorado Department of Human Services, 2018.
  • California Skilled Energy Workforce Market Assessment. The Energy Skills Collaborative, 2018.
  • Accelerating Connections to Employment, Evaluation. Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development, 2017

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