Santiago Losada is a current second semester senior at Seton Hall University pursuing a triple major in International Relations, Modern Languages, and Economics with a minor in Russian and Eastern European Studies. He is very interested in economic development, international trade, and in Eastern Europe. He hopes to enter the world of management consulting upon graduation.
Growing up as the son of a United Nations translator, he was raised as a dual citizen of the United States and Spain. In addition to his native English and Spanish, he also speaks French, Russian, and basic Romanian.
In his free time, Santiago enjoys cooking meals for his friends and making his own music.