Francisco Domenech serves as the Managing Partner of Politank. Politank is a government affair law firm that develops approaches to represent the private welfares before the government forums. As the managing partner, he maintains a powerful position in the democratic politics. In 2016, he got awarded in the class of 40 under 40.

Francisco Domenech graduated twice from the University of Puerto Rico, attaining a Juris Doctor, and a Bachelor of Arts in political science. In the University, he served as the President of the student body from 1998-1999. He also served as the general student body council’s president during the academic year 1999-2000. Domenech also attended University College London where he pursued various courses related to comparative law. Read more about Francisco Domenech on Crunchbase.

Aside from his role at Politank, Domenech got admitted to practice before several courts. The courts include the U.S. District Court of Puerto Rico, the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the First Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court and the District of Colombia circuit. Also, he is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth courts of Puerto Rico.

Francisco Domenech has served in various capacities during the years. He served as the chief legal counsel for the public relation senate president, and also worked at the Public Relation Legislative Assembly as the director of the Office of legislative services. Furthermore, he served as the Democratic National Committee’s member, and at the four previous Democratic Conventions, he served as a delegate. Lastly, Domenech worked as Hillary Clinton’s deputy campaign manager in 2008, in Puerto Rico, and Jenniffer Gonzalez’ campaign manager in 2016.

Francisco Domenech actively supports several philanthropies. These include the Clinton Foundation and the Museo de Arte de Ponce. Other charities are the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, the TASIS Dorado Scholarship Fund and the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars.

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