In the government affairs law institute called POLITANK, Francisco Domenech was the chairperson. The organization is the primary supporter of the developing strategies meant to represent private interests at the national forums. Initially, Domenech served as the director in the office of the Legislative Services of the P.R. Legislative Assembly (2005-2008) and the local legislative. The individual directed a group of more than 130 workers in providing services in the Legislative Library. Domenech cared for the well-being of the physically disabled like the blind. Also, Domenech served as the P.R. Senate President’s Chief Legal Counsel. Thus, his work entailed to provide legal advice and direct the interest of the Senate before the court. Moreover, he could oversee the in-house activities and conduct the outside counsel. Read more about Francisco Domenech at visualcv.com
Francisco Domenech represented the young democrats of America between 2007 and 2012 as an advisory in the Democratic National Committee. As a visionary leader, Domenech served as the assistant campaign manager in the Hillary Clinton’s major presidential campaigns in Puerto Rico. Also, he was the primary organizer for the national financier of Ready for Hillary. Domenech coordinated the financiers from across the nation for the super PAC. Therefore, he served as a member and advisory for the Hillary Clinton’s national campaigns Financial Committee. Also, he played a significant role in designing the campaign trips for Hilary to Puerto Rico.
Francisco Domenech is a graduate with a bachelor’s degree in B.A in political science from the University of Puerto Rico. In the institution, Domenech was the President of the General students’ Counsel and academic senator. Initially, Francisco Domenech served as the president of the Students’ body of UPR’s college of social sciences. The individual was undertaking comparative law in the University School London. Domenech is also an advisory and member of The Washington Center for Internship and Academic Seminars, Congressional Hispanic Caucus, and Hispanic Heritage Foundation.