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The academic life and contributions of Francisco Domenech

Mr. Francisco Domenech was born on April 29th, 1978 in San Juan in Puerto Rico. Mr. Domenech spent most of his childhood years in Ocala, Florida where he attended the Blessed Trinity School which was a Catholic school. Later on, he went to Forest High School. After completing his high school studies, he joined the University of Puerto Rico where he graduated twice with a Juris Doctor and a B.A in Political Science degree.

During his campus years, he managed to serve under different positions. He served as the Student Body President from 1998 to 1999 of the UPR College of Social Sciences. As from 1999 to 2000, he served as the president of the Student Body Council, and at the same time, he served as the Academic Senator prior to serving in the Academic Senate of the UPR Rio Piedras Campus. In 2002 and 2003, Domenech participated twice in the International Law Moot Court competition on behalf of the School of Law at UPR where he managed to complete as one of the top 15 of the finalists. Visit slideshare.net to learn more.

In the years 2006, 2008, 2012 and 2016, Domenech has attended the Democratic National Convention as a delegate. Mr. Domenech held the position as a committee member of the Democratic National Committee for more than half a decade, representing YDA, Young Democratic National Committee as their committeeman; in the 2008 and 20012 Conventions, Mr. Domenech represented YDA as a superdelegate.

Mr. Domenech served as a whip for the delegation of Puerto Rico. In the 2016 primary campaign that occurred in Puerto Rico, Domenech served as the top fundraiser of Hillary Clinton in the U.S where he attended the Democratic Convention for the fourth time, after his election as a Delegate to represent the Senatorial District of Bayamon.

As Mr.FranciscoDomenech served as a managing partner at POLITANK, he has also contributed actively to different philanthropy endeavors like the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, the Clinton Foundation, the Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, the Washington Center for Internships & Academic Seminars, Museo de Arte de Ponce, the Scholarship Fund of TASIS Dorado, and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation.

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