Santiago, Millennium Fellow 2014-2015
Global app initiative at boston university
Santiago Beltran is a sophomore at Boston University studying Electrical and Computer Engineering. As a entrepreneur and philanthropist, Santiago is passionate about creating a positive impact in the world by utilizing technology to empower people and communities. Founder of U-Tech Club, he brought computer access to over 8,000 underserved youth. At BU, he serves as President of Global App Initative, an organization bring mobile application to non-profits, based on the organization’s specific needs and issues; and co-founded DevXApp, a early-round startup with three published apps including BU Food serving over 3,000 students with dining menus, search, ratings, and nutrition information.
What was your favorite thing about the MCN Fellowship?
My favorite thing about MCN is that the ability to get monitorship and feedback at a level not found currently at a university. This includes sharing the problems and solutions that trouble many student organizations but also getting professional mentorship and advice to ensure that one can guide the mission of the organization as best as possible.