Francisco Domenech became known to the public during Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016. Having a background in corporate law and running a company that deals with government affairs, he was appointed the deputy campaign manager. He is the leader of the Puerto Rico Young Democrats, a status he acquired in 2003. His skills were helpful during the Democratic National Conventions where the media took an interest in the man behind all the success.
As the Managing partner at Politank, Francisco Domenech has led conversations that represent the needs and interests of private companies to government representatives during various interactive forums. His role in leadership earned him the 40 Under 40 Awards in 2016. The organizers of the award noted that Fransisco Domenech received the most votes out of all the people who had been nominated. It is interesting to note that Fransisco Domenech solidified his leadership qualities during his time in university having been a student’s body president and an academic senator. Visit Francisco Domenech at SlideShare.
Away from his contribution in the political realm, Francisco Domenech has worked in the legislative services office where he pioneered the building of a library. The library gave access to persons living with a disability. He has also been admitted to the bar and can practice law in various courts in the United States including the esteemed Supreme Court. One of the memorable cases that he has taken up in his career was one that involved shareholders who had an in-house dispute. The ruling made in 2013 by the Puerto Rico Supreme Court in Domenech’s favor was a landmark ruling in corporate law.
He has also been an active philanthropist where he worked with various foundations that have caused a tangible change in the world today. Some of them include the Clinton Foundation, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation.