Manuel “Manny” Beltran is an award winning healthcare administrator and currently serves as an executive officer within the Military Health System in Washington, D.C. A native of Elgin, IL, he graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in business administration, as well as a master’s degree in healthcare administration from Governors State University. He has served in positions of increasing scope and responsibility throughout his career, both in and out of the U.S., to include serving as a Department Head, Director, and Chief Operating Officer within various organizations of the Military Health System and Department of Veterans Affairs.
A leader in the community, he has volunteered countless hours over the course of his life to various non-profit organizations, to include Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America, youth sports programs, and organizations dedicated to providing our nation’s youth with good examples and sound leadership. A diversity champion, he has served as an equal opportunity advisor to several Chief Executive Officers and is a sought after speaker and writer. Manuel is a current Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of several committees within ACHE and the local community.
He has numerous individual and organizational level awards to include, the Outstanding Military Volunteer Service Medal, given to those who demonstrate a serious commitment to giving back in their local community. Manuel is a member of the National Scholastic Honor Society for the Allied Health Professions.