Seattle, WA – Omega Delta Phi ( announced today the appointment of 4 new Regional Directors that will help shape, grow, and mentor the regional entities of Omega Delta Phi Fraternity Inc.miguel

Brother Juan Acosta (Alpha Omicron 09) has been appointed the new Regional Director for the North Texas Region. Graduating with a degree in Marketing from UT Dallas, Brother Acosta brings a strong skillset of fraternal leadership and career experience that will help the growth and development for the North Texas Region.

“I’m excited to give back to something that has given me so much.”, Acosta said, “ODPHI has always been there for me,and I’m ready to prepare North Texas for a rise to excellence.”

Also returning to their roles as Regional Directors are the following Brothers:



Brother Mike Zaragoza returns as the Regional Director for the Southwest Region. Brother Zaragoza brings an incredible resume of experience in Omega Delta Phi where he has led his region to an unprecedented 3 peat for Region of the Year. His experience as CEO of United Way of Southwest New Mexico has provided to be immeasurable  as a regional leader and we look forward to continued success.




Brother Jeremiah Campbell returns as the Southeast Regional Director for a 2nd term.  His ability to be a mentor, leader, and supporter for his region is a strong testament to the bonds of Brotherhood in Omega Delta Phi, and the region is happy to support and embrace his experience for another 3 years.



Brother Rodrigo Valles also returns for a 2nd term as Northeast Regional Director. With our recent new entities in the Northeast, this region is primed for explosive growth.  With his vast fraternal experience and mentoring abilities, the Brotherhood is excited to see the positive impact that Brother Valles will continue to make in the Northeast.



“I’m excited to see the incredible talent we continue to recruit into leadership positions in Omega Delta Phi” said National President Tony Pagliocco, “The opportunities for growth, expansion, and academic success are numerous when we have such strong leaders growing their regions in accordance with the national roadmap.”

About Omega Delta Phi

Omega Delta Phi ( is a multicultural service/social fraternity that aims at graduating its members while giving back to the community. The Fraternity has established itself on over 60 campuses and continues to grow every year. Although founded mainly by Latinos, the Fraternity has traditionally always been open to men of different backgrounds, as demonstrated through its “One Culture, Any Race” philosophy.