Jerry Gonzalez is the founding and current Executive Director of Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO) and the GALEO Latino Community Development Fund (GLCDF). GALEO was founded in 2003 and is a 501(c)(6) statewide nonprofit and non-partisan organization; its mission is to increase civic engagement and leadership development of the Latino/Hispanic community across Georgia. The GALEO Latino Community Development Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization affiliated with GALEO.Read more
Harvey Soto is a native of New York City, NY and has been living in Atlanta for the past 15 years.
He received his B.A in Political Science & International Affairs from the University of Georgia in 2015.Read more
Jennifer Zenteno-Pearce is originally from Tlalnepantla, Mexico and proudly grew up in Zoquitlan, Puebla through the age of 7 before she was brought to Atlanta, Georgia in 2000. After graduation Jennifer attended Georgia Perimeter College (GPC) and later transferred to Kennesaw State University to continue her Bachelor’s in Biochemistry. During her tenure at GPC she served as a Senator for her school’s Student Government Association and was actively involved in the Latino Connections Club. She has also been involved with the Latin American Association since High School as a volunteer for summer camps and the Annual Latino Youth Leadership Conference.Read more
Pedro Jose Viloria is our current Program Coordinator for Community Engagement & Development. He was born in Caracas, Venezuela but spent most of his life in Maracaibo before his family decided to move to the United States in order to flee from the current crisis. After a brief residence in Miami, they relocated to metro-Atlanta where they have lived for the last 15 years. It was in Atlanta that Pedro was able to plant his roots and begin his work as an advocate for the Latino community.Read more