Location: Seattle, WA – The National Office of Omega Delta Phi announced today that Brother Jesus Apodaca will shift roles on the National Executive Council as Vice President of Technology for the 2018 – 2021 administration. Brother Jesus will lead the development of web, mobile, and internal tool systems while also managing the technical infrastructure and cloud platform of the organization.
Brother Apodaca, an alumnus from Epsilon Chapter at Arizona State University, served previously as the VP of Operations, National Director of Intake, National Director of Technology along with being a 2x Prospective Member Educator at Arizona State University and also the Prospective Member Educator for Utah which resulted in chapter status within one year.
“Having Brother Jesus to lead the project management, requirement scope, and deployment of our new platform of services and tools will help the organization greatly. It’s great that we have someone on the team who can immediately help us make forward progress,” said National President Tony Pagliocco.
“I’m excited to continue to serving on the NEC and also excited to be instrumental in the furthering of our technological offerings, ” said Brother Jesus in response to his new position. “We are in a spot to really open the door to make things easier for our members while at the same time, providing proactive technology resources instead of reactive. The future is data and we need to be harnessing it now for future business decisions.”
Brother Apodaca’s appointment comes as a result of the recent elections in Chicago and the start of a new transition team for the 2018 to 2021 administration. His first priority will to begin product roadmap development and assist the incoming VP of Operations with transition activities. Questions for Brother Jesus can be sent to email@example.com
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 65 campuses and continues to grow every year. Although established as Hispanic Founded, the Fraternity has traditionally always been open to men of different backgrounds, as demonstrated through its “One Culture, Any Race” philosophy.