Alonzo Edmundo


Alonzo Edmundo is a technology geek, innovation specialist, creative designer, diversity and inclusion-driven educational consultant, and founder and CEO of GetCR8V, LLC, an integrated creative learning, and design agency. GetCR8V specializes in P-20 educational consulting, STEM/STEAM education, professional development, student engagement, parent involvement, food literacy, social media strategies and digital citizenship advocacy.

Alonzo serves as the Project Coordinator for the Fresh Impact Network, a company that identifies issues, obstacles, and barriers to accessing fresh food. In his Fresh Impact role, Alonzo specializes in bridging the gap between the community, businesses and non-profit organizations to help facilitate the connection and distribution of resources connecting the public and private sector. 

In addition, Mr. Edmundo is the founder of a diversity and inclusion organization called HUE Enterprise. HUE Enterprise’s mission to provide a connection for communities of color to opportunities in technology, innovation, and creativity. Leveraging over 15 years of relationships with a multitude of businesses and corporations, it is not only HUE Enterprise’s mission to increase the number of minority employees in the tech and innovation industry but also in positions of leadership as well.

A proud graduate of Tuskegee University, Mr. Edmundo has over 15 years of experience working with educators, entrepreneurs, corporations and community leaders understanding the impact and influence of 21st Century Technology.

Whether it’s leveraging the use of technology to provide sustainable healthy food choices or identifying funding opportunities or to further develop community relationships, Alonzo’s vast array of experiences allows him to connect resources and people.


Unlocking Potential
Changing the Face of Tech


Per Scholas is proud to announce that we are winners of the 2023 Kristof Holiday Impact Prize, and we have been selected as a beneficiary of The New York Times Communities Fund. Contributions from these campaigns will fuel Per Scholas’ Career Access Fund, providing thousands of diverse learners in 2024 with everything they need to unlock their potential through tuition-free tech training.

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