Francisco Domenech studied political science at the University of Puerto Rico. He would complete his Juris Doctor studies at the same institution. His academic work included a semester at the University College London where he studied comparative law. He attended Forest High School in Florida.
Francisco served as the chief legal counsel of the P.R. Senate President. He took care of the legal affairs of the Senate and offered legal advice when called upon. In 2005, he moved to the P.R. Legislative Assembly where he directed the Office of Legislative Assembly. He served them for three years and enjoyed considerable success during his tenure.
He later moved to the private sector and serves Politank as the Managing Partner. He takes part in numerous government forums where he represents private interests. Read this Article at washingtonpost.com.
He served the UPR College of Social Sciences as the President of the Student Body between 1998 and 1999. Domenech would later serve the General Student Body Council in the same position during the next academic year. He doubled up as an Academic Senator in the same period. After school, he served the Puerto Rico Young Democrats as their president.
Francisco joined national politics in 2007. He represented Young American Democrats in the Democratic National Committee for five years. He was an active participant in the Democratic National Conventions. He bowed out of the youth organization after serving as a committeeman for three consecutive terms.
Domenech was part of Hillary Clinton’s campaign management team in both the 2008 and 2016 election cycles. First as the deputy campaign manager then the campaign manager in the latter cycle. Hillary Clinton enjoyed great victory margins in Puerto Rico over Sen Obama and Sen Sanders thanks to his efforts. He was part of the National Finance Committee in the two campaigns.
Domenech also managed Hon. Jennifer Gonzalez’s campaign team in 2016. She successfully became the first woman to represent Puerto Rico in the US Congress.
Mr. Francisco Domenech actively supports the Hispanic Heritage Foundation, the Clinton Foundation, the Museo de Arte de Penco and the Hispanic Caucus Institute among other organizations. His charity donations are mostly channelled through Politank although he also gives individually at times.
Domenech’s success was appreciated in 2016 when he received most votes in the 40 under 40 class of Puerto Rico.