Francisco Domenech is currently one of the managing partners of Politank. It’s well-renowned for being a government affairs law firm that is dedicated to finding ways to help best represent the interests of private firms when they go before a government forum. Of course, he has also served in many other roles throughout his career. Mr. Francisco Domenech served as the president of the student council whilst matriculating at the University of Puerto Rico. During his time at the university, he also served as president of the student body and an academic senator in the student government. After graduating, he later served as a member of the democratic national committee and eventually ended up becoming the deputy campaign manager for Hillary Clinton during the primaries. View Francisco Domenech’s profile at visualcv.com
During the campaign, she polled particularly well with over double the amount of votes of then-senator Barack Obama. She also did well in the primaries, scoring significantly higher than her opponent, and eventually won the primary. Her presidential bid, however, was unsuccessful. A few years later, though, he served as the campaign manager for Jennifer Gonzales’s successful campaign to become the first Puerto Rican woman and youngest person to attain the title of Resident Commissioner and serve as a representative for the US territory before Congress. He is also well-renowned for serving on the national finance committee for the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016.
Additionally, when Ms. Clinton made a campaign visit to Puerto Rico, Mr. Domenech was responsible for arranging and organizing her trip to ensure it went off without a hitch. While serving as one of the finance co-chairs for the organization, Ready For Hillary, he was responsible for coordinating fundraisers and various activities to help raise money for the organization and ensuring its success throughout her campaign and beyond. He is also affiliated with multiple philanthropic endeavors such as The Clinton Foundation, The Washington Center For Internships and Academic Seminars, and The Hispanic Heritage Foundation. He is currently licensed to practice law throughout all fifty states and Puerto Rico. So we wish him the best of luck in all of his future endeavors. Read more: https://www.slideshare.net/francisco_domenech