Seattle, WA – Omega Delta Phi (http://www.omegadeltaphi.com) announced today that Brother Zach Dominguez has been appointed Creative Director for Omega Delta Phi. Brother Dominguez (Fall 2010), an alumnus from Alpha Chapter at Texas Tech University, graduated with a dual major in Advertising and Electronic Media and Communication. Brother Dominguez has been a longtime design contributor to Omega Delta Phi and the number of entities, Brothers, and alumni that have benefited from his skills are countless.
“Omega Delta Phi is one of the quickest growing fraternities of it’s type because it offers a unique take on what Fraternity Life should be. I hope to visually reflect this in our Marketing efforts with consistent, eye-catching material that will promote the Omega Delta Phi Brand and cement a visual identity that is distinctly our own.. I’m super excited to help with National Marketing team again, this time in a more official capacity as the Creative Director, and can’t wait to give back to the fraternity that has offered me so many opportunities.” said Brother Dominguez about his new role.
Vice President of Marketing, Fred Davis said, “It’s no secret that Zach is one of the most talented designers in our organization. He has a keen eye for design and I’m very much looking forward to seeing what he has in store for the fraternity.”
In his role as Creative Director, Brother Dominguez will spearhead all creative direction for Omega Delta Phi which will include contributing to style guides, design patterns, and overall public facing aesthetic vision for the Brotherhood. As part of the Marketing team, he will work very closely with other leaders in different teams providing a new level of quality to our brand, marketing, and creative needs.
About Omega Delta Phi
Omega Delta Phi (www.omegadeltaphi.com) 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.