Francisco Domenech: A man of the people

When most people think of serving as public servants, they think of joining and working for the government, not Francisco Domenech. For him, it is about working together with the government, and through this, he has been able to help lots of people through a lobbying firm of his own; Politank, which uses government forums to articulate private interest.

Francisco Domenech was born in San Jose, which is the largest city in Puerto Rico on the 29th of April 1978, and even though he spent part of his childhood in the U.S, he graduated two times from the University of Puerto Rico, first in 1999 with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree and then later in 2003 with a Juris Doctor degree from the university’s Law School.

The latter degree would go on to help him attain the position of Director in the Office of Legislative Services of Puerto Rico which he held for a couple of years from 2005 to 2008, where he had a staff of 130 employees, and an annual budget of $11 Million. During his time as director, he helped a lot in public service including his participation in the consideration of legislation pieces which were over 800. Francisco Domenech also helped the Legislative Library massively, making it user-friendly even to those visually impaired and physically handicapped. Learn more about Francisco at

In line with working with governments, Francisco Domenech has also taken an active role in politics, working with the Democratic National Committee, as a representative of the Young Democrats of America, which he did for five years from 2007 to 2012. Also through his firm Politank, Francisco Domenech has been active in Philanthropy, supporting endeavors such as the Clinton Foundation, Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation among many more.

In 2016, Francisco Domenech was one of the most voted awardees in an annual event in Puerto Rico, named 40 under 40 that seeks to appreciate young professionals and entrepreneurs who set an example to the society in what they do. The event is considered one of the most prestigious awards in the country and Domenech having been voted shows that many are happy with his service to the people of Puerto Rico.



Meet The Managing Partner Of Politank, Francisco Domenech

Francisco Domenech was born on 29 April 1978 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He served as the Director of the Legislative Services Office (2005-2008) and the current Managing Partner at Politank. This is a government affair law office specializing in the creation of best methods of representing private interests at political forums.

Francisco Domenech grew up in Ocala in the State of Florida, and attained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science in 1999 and 2003 obtained his Juris Doctor degree both from the University Of Puerto Rico School Of Law. From 1998 to 1999, Francisco Domenech was the President of Social Sciences Student Body in UPR’s College. From 1999 to 2000, while at UPR, he was the President of the Student Body Council. He also served as the Academic Senator on the UPR Rio Pedras campus Academic Senate.  Follow Domenech on Twitter.

By the age of 27, Francisco Domenech was representing the Puerto Rico Senate in a fairly rareen banc motion of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in the case of Igartúa De La Rosa vs. the United States of America. He also appeared in Puerto Rico’s Supreme Court and its Court of Appeals. He was jointly chosen by José Aponte Puerto Rico House of Representatives Speaker and the President Kenneth McClintock of the Senate of Puerto Rico as the Director of Office of Legislative Services.

He made two successful presidential campaigns in the Puerto Rico Physicians Association which has 11,000 physicians, in 2014 and reelection in 2016. Francisco Domenech is regularly commentating in Puerto Rico media like El Nuevo Dia, channel 6 (Puerto Rico TV), El Vocero, channel 4 (Wapa America) and also regularly quoted in main media outlets of Puerto Rico.

Francisco Domenech has been active over the years in supporting different philanthropic endeavors such as Clinton Foundation, Museo de Arte de Ponce, Hispanic Heritage Foundation, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, TASIS Dorado Scholarship Fund Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, and the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars. He is credited for receiving most votes at the 40 under 40.Learn More: