Francisco Domenech is a national of Puerto Rico. He is a lawyer and the director of bipartisan government affairs firm in Puerto Rico. He held a position in Puerto Rico in the Office of Legislative Services as one of the Directors from the year 2005 to 2008. In 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016 Francisco was a delegate to Democratic National Convention. In 2003, he was the President of the Puerto Rico Young Democrats where he served for seven years and two years as the vice president. He has also been actively involved in politics for instance in 2016 he was the campaign manager of Jennifer Gonzalez who held the position of Resident Commissioner in Washington D.C. View Francisco Domenech’s profile at linkedin.com
Francisco obtained a bachelor’s degree in political science in 1999 and 2003 a Juris Doctor degree in University of Puerto School of Law. In 2016 the 40 under40 annual events held in Puerto Rico for young professionals and entrepreneurs nominees were voted online. The nominees ranged from agriculture, human resource, architecture, engineering, information technology, and advertising to health care. Domenech Francisco received the most votes as revealed by Schoene.
As part of his political life, In 2007 Francisco Domenech was appointed by Hillary Clinton to be part of his chief campaigners and currently head of her Finance Committee. Being the campaign spokesman, he organized fundraisers in Puerto Rico for the super PAC. He has been a co-chair of Hillblazers, which is an outcome of young professionals inspired by Hillary. In 2016 Francisco gave his all to support Clinton in her candidacy as he believed that she was in a position to bring back the country to its position. Clinton believed that with the help of Domenech in his campaigns, America needs would be addressed.
Additionally, Francisco Domenech has supported Republican for Congress. Reports show that he not only help in the campaigns but also has he funded the processes through donations. He led a fourteen-month campaign in Washington DC that contributed to Jennifer Gonzalez elected as the youngest woman to represent Puerto Rico in the U.S Congress.