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Francisco J. Domenech was born on April 29, 1978. As a child, Francisco lived in Ocala, Florida. In his teenage years, Francisco went to the Blessed Trinity Catholic School and Forest High School. After graduating from high school, Francisco earned two degrees. His Bachelor of Arts degree with his major in political science and his Juris Doctor degree was both earned at the University of Puerto Rico in 1999 and then in 2003.

Family Background

Francisco comes from a long line of family politics. His uncle, Manuel Domenech, was a member of the first Puerto Rico House of Representatives, serving two terms in 1902 and 1904. Francisco’s uncle served as Commissioner of the Interior. He was the first Puerto Rican to hold this position. Later, he was appointed the treasurer of Puerto Rico from 1930 to 1935. Read more about Francisco Domenech on Crunchbase.

Professional Background

In 2005, Francisco was appointed Director of the Office of Legislative Services of Puerto Rico. He oversaw a staff of around 120 staff members and an operating budget of $10 million. During his tenure as director, he reduced the team, expanded the Tomas Bonilla Legislative Library, and operated a three-year intern program of around 100 interns. For four years in a row as director, the division had annual budget surpluses.

Currently, Francisco operates his bipartisan government affairs firm in Puerto Rico. Francisco Domenech is also a routine political commentator for several media television channels in Puerto Rico.


Francisco Domenech has contributed his time and talents to many philanthropic efforts. His charitable contributions include the Clinton Foundation, the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation, to name a few.


Francisco latest political accomplishment includes being campaign manager for Jenniffer Gonzalez in her run for the Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico seat in Washington, D.C. On November 8, 2016, Francisco led her campaign to history. Jennifer Gonzalez was elected the first woman and youngest person to represent Puerto Rico in the Congress of the United States.

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