Orlando, FL – November 18, 2019 — Smart Panda Labs, a digital consultancy that leverages data and creative intelligence to drive customer lifetime value, today announced that Alex Corzo, the firm’s co-founder and partner, was named to the Orlando Business Journal 2019 40 Under 40 Awards program, which recognizes forward-thinking executives younger than 40 years of age. “This year’s 40 Under 40 honors highlight the very best in what Central Florida represents: diversity, inclusiveness, industry disruption, and innovators of all types,” said Cindy Barth, editor of the Orlando Business Journal.
Active in the Orlando’s LBGTQ+ and Hispanic communities, Corzo is a CRM expert on the leadership team at Smart Panda Labs, which won Orlando Business Journal’s first-ever Diversity in Business Award for Outstanding Diverse Organization in 2018. “Alex brings an immense amount of passion and creative intelligence to everything he touches from our clients’ digital strategies to community service to nurturing our corporate culture, which emphasizes a work-life balance that puts life first,” said Shamir Duverseau, co-founder and managing director of Smart Panda Labs. “I can’t think of anyone more deserving of the 40 Under 40 award.”
About Alex Corzo
Corzo leads Smart Panda Labs’ CRM practice. His industry experience spans the federal government, luxury/hospitality and healthcare and organizations such as Richemont Cartier, The Walt Disney Company, the Central Intelligence Agency, and Orlando Health. Degreed in Business Administration from Florida International University where he sits on the Board of Directors for the Alumni Association, Corzo will matriculate from the Strategy and Innovation program at the MIT Sloan School of Management in 2019. His personal, professional, and educational experiences fuel his passion for the Orlando community and he volunteers with various organizations, including the: Public Art Advisory Board for City of Orlando and the Development Board for Orlando’s 90.7 WMFE National Public Radio; Impulse Orlando; and the Lake Lawsona Fern Creek Historic Neighborhood Association. Corzo is on the Board of Directors for the One Orlando Alliance, and is an advocate of senior independence and dignity through his volunteer work at Seniors First. He was invited to serve on the 2019 – 2020 Leadership Team for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Man & Woman of the Year event, and he also sits on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Central Florida.