Miguel Santiago joined Isaacson, Miller as a Senior Associate in 2022.
Prior to joining the firm, Miguel dedicated the last decade of his career towards improving college access and educational achievement for BIPOC youth throughout the nation. He has worked in college admissions for several mission-driven institutions (ie. Clark, Harvard, Hampshire, etc.) and served as the president of the Northeastern Consortium Bridging Access to College (NECBAC), a college access non-profit that works with low-income, first-generation youth.
Outside of higher education, Miguel has also contributed to national research initiatives focused on anti-poverty policy and collective impact for educational success.
Miguel earned his BA in English Literature from Oglethorpe University and his M.Ed in Educational Policy from Harvard University.