Julian Alonso

Founding Director

Julian Alonso has dedicated the last 15 years of his life to American football. The Bogota, Colombia native has extensive experience working with numerous facets of organized American football including coaching special teams, offense, defense, and football operations. His resume consists of opportunities working with the highest levels of American football in the United States, along with amateur American football programs internationally.

In 2015, Alonso founded the non-profit organization Audible Football Camp Corporation, with the mission to “provide American football coaching clinics to athletes and coaches from underrepresented areas outside the United States”. Since its establishment, Audible Football Camp has organized and executed camps in Medellin, Colombia (2015), Bogota, Colombia (2016), Quito, Ecuador (2017) and has connected with numerous teams throughout Europe, North Africa and the Middle East (2018). The organization is currently working to consolidate its first camp in North Africa in Rabat, Morocco (2019).

Currently, Alonso holds a coaching position with the University of Florida football program. His responsibilities as an offensive assistant with the Gators consist of working with the tight ends. Under the guidance of first year Head Coach Dan Mullen, the Gators completed the 2018 season 10-3 and defeated the University of Michigan on December 29, 2018 in the premier Peach Bowl. Florida was ranked the no. 6th best collegiate American football program in the final 2018 Top 25 Poll.

Prior to his arrival to Florida, Alonso completed two years as a defensive assistant at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. During his time with the 49ers football program, the newly established team achieved several milestones during the 2016 and 2017 seasons. The 49ers recorded their first Conference-USA win against Florida Atlantic University and later defeated the historic football programs, the University of Southern Miss and Marshall University. As the assistant defensive backs coach, Alonso was responsible for coaching the corners and safeties.

During the 2014 and 2015 seasons, Alonso was called to be an offensive assistant at Wingate University, in North Carolina. As the assistant running backs coach, Alonso helped mentor one of the premier Bulldogs running back in Lawrence Pittman. After concluding his career at Wingate with 2250 career rushing yards and 28 career touchdowns, Pittman went on to signed as a free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles, followed by some time in the Canadian Football League with the Montreal Alouettes. Pittman currently plays in the American Football Alliance League with the Atlanta Legends.

Before joining the Wingate coaching staff, Alonso obtained a position in the National Football League (2013). Named a football operations intern with the Carolina Panthers organization, Alonso’s responsibilities consisted of assisting the operations staff, coaching staff and pro personnel executives with the day-to-day logistics of the organization. Alonso began his coaching career as a special team’s assistant at the University of Hawaii (2012-2013). During his time with the Warriors, Alonso assisted in coaching the six aspects of special teams (kick-off, kick-off return, punt, punt return, field goal and field goal block).

Alonso moved to the United States at a young age and participated in youth American football and later completed his playing career as the star running back at Manchester Memorial high school in Manchester, New Hampshire. The graduate from West Virginia University obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology, a master’s degree in sport management from Wingate University, a graduate certificate in non-profit management from the University of North Carolina Charlotte and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree from the University of Florida in sport management. His research interest is concentrated in the use of sport for social change. Coaching Career

Coaching History

2015-Currently - Audible Football Camp Corp. - Founding Director
2018-Currently - University of Florida - Asst. Tight Ends
2016-2017- UNC Charlotte - Asst. Defensive Backs
2014-2015 - Wingate University - Asst. Running Backs
2013 -Carolina Panthers- Football Operations
2012 - 2013 University of Hawaii Asst. Special Teams

Academic Career

Ph.D. - University of Florida - Sport Management
Graduate Certificate - UNC Charlotte - Non-profit Management
Master’s - Wingate University - Sport Management
Bachelor’s - West Virginia University - Psychology & Sociology

Jose M. Alonso

Director of Logistics

Jose Alonso is the Audible Football Camp Director of Logistics. His responsibilities include overseeing the organization and coordination of all camp initiatives.

As a real estate agent by trade, Jose has worked in the real estate industry for the last 15 years. His role includes advising both owners and investors on the process of buying, selling and renting properties. As a registered real estate broker in the states of New York and Florida, Jose is an active member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR). His experience in real estate has led him to execute the numerous negotiations in New York City, Miami and Colombia.

Jose, a Bogota, Colombia native, moved to New York City in 2000. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Educational Administration at the University of San Buenaventura (1993). He later worked as the Administrative Officer of the Ministry of National Education of Colombia for a period of 10 years .

Tatiana Rozo

Coordinator for Latin America

Tatiana Rozo is the Audible Football Camp Coordinator for Latin America. Her responsibilities includes being the initial contact for Latin American organizations who wish to partner with Audible Football Camp, and playing an essential role in the organization of camps across various cities and countries.

Her experience also includes coordinating multiple international flag football tournaments and camps. Since 2013, she has directed all the logistics for Mexican teams to travel to Bogotá for competitive tournaments. She has also organized multiple camps and clinics throughout cities in Colombia, such as Bogotá, Duitama, Cartagena and Ibagué.

Tatiana is currently the head coach of the Blue Dragons Flag football team, which is partly based out of Jorge Tadeo Lozano University, in Bogotá, Colombia. She currently plays on the Búhos female flag football team. Furthermore, she held the role as the representative for all the female flag football teams in the Fedederacion Colombiana de Football Americano (FECOFA), along with organizing the first national female flag football tournament. Tatiana is currently earning her Bachelor’s degree in public accounting from Jorge Tadeo Lozano University.