Francisco Domenech graduated twice from the University of Puerto Rico. First, Domenech graduated in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree of arts in Political Science and then obtained a doctorate in Juris from the UPR School of Law in 2003. In 1998-1999, Domenech was the president of the Social Sciences Student Body in the UPR. In the 1999-2000 academic years, Domenech became the General Student Body Council president, a position a statehooder never held before and after him. In the same year, he served before the Academic Senate of the UPR as an Academic Senator. Academically, Domenech participated twice, in 2002 and 2003, in the most extensive international moot competition called the Jessup Moot. At 27 years, Francisco Domenech represented Puerto Rico Senate in a case of Igartúa De La Rosa versus the USA. Domenech appeared before The Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Puerto Rico. Visit angel.co to learn more about Domenech.
Domenech supports Puerto Rico being the 51st state of the US. He became the president of the PRYD in May 2003. During his reign as the led a group of 14 young professionals from Puerto PRDY’s president, Domenech Rica in Central Florida and conducted campaigns for many weeks for the Kerry/Edward ticket. Domenech volunteered a lot in the 2003-2004 gubernatorial campaign of Gov. Pedro Rossellos. In 2004, Francisco also organized and hosted the Fall National Meeting of YDA in Puerto Rico. Domenech was then elected the YDA’s national officer and Vice President for Development in 2005. IN 2007, YDA’s national convention elected Domenech as a DNC, and he became a member of the Democratic National Committeeman. He was elected for his last term as the Democratic National Committeeman of the YDA in 2010. During his final years of active participation in YDA, Francisco founded YDA Hispanic Caucus.
During 2016 40 under 40 selection, the candidate who received most of the votes from readers was Domenech, one significantly associated with Clinton election campaign’s Hillblazers. During the historic campaign in 2016 that led to the election of the first woman and youngest person in the U.S Congress to represent Puerto Rico, Domenech was the campaign manager of Jenniffer Gonzalez.