Francisco Domenech believes in the power of purpose to inspire young people.
Francisco has always known that students are more than just cognitive beings but social and emotional creatures that are enhanced cognitively when they are empowered to believe, dream and be taught the life skills to succeed in life. When Francisco heard about what Purpose Prep is doing in schools nationwide he immediately wanted to get involved.
"Purpose isn't just a good idea, it's the future. In the peak of your career you need to professionally and personally develop your purpose." - Francisco Domenech
Purpose Prep is proud of the work they are doing in schools and having thought leaders and societal leaders see and participate in moving our organization forward in the research, delivery and sponsorship of schools to participate in our Purpose Prep courses is just the beginning of the movement we believe is starting within each district, school and classroom.
They’ve developed an all in one solution for schools for Social Emotional Learning. It includes course content and work for K12 students, Professional Development for educators at the district and classroom level for leaders and teachers around SEL and all the surveys, support docs, assessments, parent and community involvement pieces and more to transform students through meaningful and purpose led learning.
“Francisco is one of the most intensely passionate people I have interviewed on my podcast called "The Art of Success." His dedication to his work ethic, serving his clients and ensuring to participate in very important and meaningful philanthropic work is inspiring and we are proud to know that he is helping students not just through Purpose Prep but through many of his endeavors,” said Daniel Budzinski.
In 2016, Francisco Domenech managed Hillary Clinton’s successful primary campaign in Puerto Rico. After which, Mr. Domenech sat on Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign National Finance Committee to assist in organizing her campaign trip to Puerto Rico for the 2016 election cycle.
Francisco Domenech is a twice graduate of the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus. Mr. Domenech has a B.A. in Political Science, and his Juris Doctor. During his time at the University of Puerto Rico, Francisco was President of the General Student Body Council, as well as an Academic Senator before the UPR Rio Piedras Campus Academic Senate.
Francisco Domenech also served as Representative Jenniffer Gonzalez campaign manager during her historic run to become the first woman to hold the Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico seat in Washington, D.C. On November 8, 2016, and after 14 months of campaigning, Domenech successfully led a campaign team that made history by electing the first woman and youngest person to represent Puerto Rico in the U.S. Congress