Francisco Domenech Bio

The world of politics can be increasingly difficult to navigate for the average person. We depend on individuals who are well-versed in the language of government affairs to represent our interests in an effective manner. That is why people like Francisco Domenech dedicate their careers navigating the realm of public policy when it comes to government affairs.

Francisco Domenech has worked in Democratic politics for almost twenty years. While Domenech is probably most well known for the fundraising efforts he made towards Hillary Clinton’s 2006 and 2018 campaign, he has held a number of notable positions like P.R. Senate President’s Chief Legal Counsel, and Director of the Office of Legislative Services of the P.R. Legislative Assembly. His efforts as Jenniffer González-Colón’s Campaign Manager made Jenniffer the youngest person to be elected as Resident Commissioner. She now represents Puerto Rico as the first woman in this position in the United States Congress and Federal Government. His successes in the political field earned him a nomination in Puerto Rico’s 2016 40 Under 40 event. Presently, he works as the Managing Partner of Politank, a government affairs law firm that specializes in representing private interests before governmental forums. Visit angel.co to learn more about Domenech.

Francisco Domenech obtained his B.A in Political Science as well as his Juris Doctor from the University of Puerto Rico. During his studies, Domenech served as President of the General Student Body Council as well as Student Body President of the UPR’s College of Social Sciences. He served as an Academic Senator before the UPR Río Piedras Campus Academic Senate during the 1999-2000 academic year. Throughout his work in politics, Domenech’s political work features a number of roles, such as policy development, fundraising, canvassing, opposition research, voter registration, and campaign management.

Domenech has utilized his skills in politics support a number of philanthropic efforts, such as The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, The Clinton Foundation, the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, the Museo de Arte de Ponce, The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, the Hispanic Heritage Foundation, and the TASIS Dorado Scholarship Fund. As always, he dedicates his life’s work to helping his clients manage the public policy challenges that impact business.

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