Category: Politician

Francisco Domenech’s Journey in Puerto Rico Government Affairs at Politank

Francisco Domenech, who has worked in quite a few important campaigns in recent years, now works as a Managing Partner at Politank. Politank is a law firm that works in the field of representing special, private interests before government officials and forums.

Before beginning at career with Politank, Domenech worked at the P.R. Legislative Assembly. One of the accomplishments of Domenech during his time here was expanding the resources at the Legislative Library, increasing the stockpile of services for blind people and people who suffer from other physical disabilities.

Francisco Domenech attended college at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, earning a bachelor’s degree and later receiving a Juris Doctor. He was involved in school politics during his educational period, even serving as the President of the General Student Body Council for one school-year.

Domenech worked with Democrats during multiple elections. He worked directly with the DNC for five years as a representative of the Young Democrats of America. Working out of Puerto Rico he served as Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Campaign Manager during her primary campaign against Barrack Obama. He also worked as a Campaign Manager for Jenniffer Gonzalez, who won the election.

For years, by himself and with the help of Politank, Domenech has provided help to a variety of altruistic groups. He has worked with The Clinton Foundation, The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, the Museo de Arte de Ponce, and The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars.

Francisco Domenech is also licensed to practice law in several regions of the United States. He is authorized to practice in Puerto Rico, Washington D.C., and the Federal Circuit.

Domenech was honored, along with 58 other nominees, by the 40 Under 40 of Puerto Rico, a list that recognizes 40 young people who have elected to stay in Puerto Rico, instead of traveling overseas, helping to better their home community. People from nearly every industry that exists in Puerto Rico can be featured in the 40 Under 40. Individuals from the healthcare, advertising, farming, and law industries are all considered to be a part of the yearly 40 Under 40.