Interned with Carbice during final 2 years at Georgia Tech – was 4 th member of core team.
Twin brother Leo Prinzi (#3 at Carbice) recruited Alex as Carbice’s first intern.
Programmed and executed first benchmarks of icebox® for low power devices.
Demonstrated capability and gained required knowledge in less than 1 year to earn position as first Head of Process at Carbice while still a full-time student.
Researched, established, and maintained key parts of the initial Carbice supply chain.
He consistently exercised good judgement and took high-impact risk wisely.
He started and energized Hawaiian Shirt Fridays at Carbice.
He entered the world on August 20, 1992 and left us for the next leg of his journey on
December 29, 2016 while appreciating the underwater beauty of the tropical sea in Montego
Core principles Alex lived include:
Ownership – “If you want something done you have to just do it yourself.” – AJP
Hard Work – “Make time not excuses.” – AJP
Purpose – “Be somebody.” – AJP
Competency – “Don’t be an idiot.” – AJP
Guts – “Go for it.” – AJP
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Additional Biographical Information: Alex was born on August 20, 1992 in Monmouth, New Jersey; a few minutes before his twin brother Leo. He lived in Casa de Campo, La Romana, Dominican Republic until the age of 8. He grew up in Boca Raton, Florida where he attended Waters Edge Elementary, Eagles Landing Middle and West Boca Raton Community High School. Since 2011, he was living in Atlanta, Georgia while attending the Georgia Institute of Technology and working at Carbice. Alex began his education as a Mechanical Engineering student at Georgia Tech just like Leo. After 3 years in ME Alex decided that he needed more of a challenge and switched to ECE, also to gain an edge on Leo to be the better twin. Alexander was a Gates Millennium and Goizueta Scholar, a brother of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, a Prototyping Instructor and Electronics Master in the Invention Studio at Georgia Tech, and a volunteer in the Hispanic community. A man of many interest, he was also, an inventor, an artist, a leader, an entrepreneur, an investor, and a business owner. You would often see Alex riding around campus on a motorized skateboard that he built and controlled with a remote to look extra cool. His dog, Pootie Tang, would sometimes be chasing after him. Alex is survived by his parents Victoria and Raul, his older brother Rodolfo and his twin brother Leonardo.
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