Francisco J. Domenech is the managing partner of a government organization that specializes in developing strategies to best represent private interests before governmental forums are ensured which is known as “POLITANK“. Francisco Domenech is the former Director of the Office of legislative services of the P.R. legislative Assembly. The term lasted between 2005-2008. Around the time of the tenure, Francisco Domenech streamlined the staff of 130 employees which expanded the services that was provided by the legislative library along with access to the blind and physically handicapped, which escalated to citizens with major disabilities. It resulted in over 800 pieces of legislation which continued to manage with an annual budget of 11 million, adding surpluses during all three fiscal years. In addition to heading the agency, Francisco Domenech became a ranking P.R. Senate President’s Chief Legal Counsel, tasked for providing legal advice and representing senates interest before the courts which manages all in house counsel work including supervising outside counsel work, which includes the Senate’s federal lobbyists. Francisco Domenech has personally participated in a rare en banc before the court commenced the First Circuit. Read more about Francisco Domenech on Crunchbase.
Prior to all this, Mr Domenech is a twice gaduate of the university of Puerto ico, Rio Piedras campus, where he successfully obtained his B.A. in Political Science along with his Juris Doctor. At one point, he was President of the general Student Body Council during the 1999-2000 academic year which in that same year; served as an academic senator. In addition to that, from 1998 to 1999, Francisco Domenech served and rank’d up to Student Body President. He has also attended several Colleges and Universities. In later Years he would become a member of the Democratic National Committee which lasted a term from 2007-2012, representing the young Democrats of America. In the years following, Francisco Domenech would serve as Representative of Jenniffer Gonzalez’s campaign manager during her historic run to become the first woman to hold the upper hand of a Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico seat in Washington D.C. on November 8, 2016 which became a world renown success for Francisco Domenech and Jennifer Gonzalez. It would then escalate to history of the making with Jennifer Gonzalez becoming the youngest person to be Resident Commissioner and the first woman to occupy the role successfully.