We are excited to announce that the newest member of the CSUF Entrepreneurship Alumni Advisory Board is Lorenzo Santos ’17. While he didn’t concentrate in entrepreneurship in his coursework, Lorenzo has been an active entrepreneur while still in school and since (see his bio below for more info on that) and was a leader in our student entrepreneur organizations.
As an Alumni Advisory Board Member we look forward to collaborating with Lorenzo on many student initiatives and getting his input on the overall strategy for the Center for Entrepreneurship. Welcome aboard Lorenzo!
Lorenzo Santos Bio
Lorenzo Santos is the GTM Strategy & Ops Manager at Brilliant Hire by SAP and a Venture Partner at the SAP NVT Intrapreneurship Program.
Throughout his life, Lorenzo has traveled and lived in multiple countries. Having lived in more than 23 different houses throughout the world, he has developed a unique perspective in business and culture. This drove a curiosity for why and how businesses shape the world. Starting his professional work experience since college in sales and marketing, he chose to focus his craft to market and sell products and services that solve problems and positively impact the world.
Due to recent times, he’s also started RebuildOur.com, a community initiative that helps small businesses rebuild their livelihood by amplifying their voices and providing resources, through an inclusive community.
For his passion projects, Lorenzo continues advising and building the two non-profit organizations he founded while in college and during his fellowship under Stanford University – Sigma Upsilon Mu (SUM) and Student Innovation Collective (SINC). Together, these organizations have helped over 175+ college students build applicable business skills and become university change agents through innovation, entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurship.
Every day, Lorenzo aims to be a kind person, break the status quo, do excellent work and when possible, do them beautifully!
We are dedicated to helping the next generation of entrepreneurs develop the skills that they need to compete locally and globally. The CSUF Entrepreneurship program does many things,