Location: Seattle, WA – The National Office of Omega Delta Phi announced today that Brother Long Le has joined the National Executive Council as Vice President of Undergraduate Affairs for the 2018 – 2021 administration. Brother Long, an experienced national leader will lead execution and support for the undergraduate chapters and colonies while also building out a new team of Regional Directors.
Brother Long joined Omega Delta Phi in 2001 (Fall) as a charter member at the Texas A&M Commerce Alpha Iota Chapter. He comes with a wealth of experience within the Brotherhood, having been the second East Texas Regional Director, helping the founding lines at Eta Chapter Alpha Upsilon, and Alpha Rho. His successes in the region are reflected by achieving Region of the Year in 2007. He also served concurrently as the National Director of Expansion & National Vice President of Programming (2008-2010). In recent roles as East Texas Regional Director and Central Plains Regional Director (2015-2018), he finished his term as having back to back Entities of the Year.
“I’m very excited to have Brother Long lend his experience, his leadership, and energy to helping continue forward progress of our undergraduate entities, our regional leadership, and providing the correct national support to our chapters and colonies. It is important that we recognize and act upon the needs of our Brothers,” said National President Tony Pagliocco.
“I look forward in helping the entities to achieve great success. Also, making sure the undergraduates have a great experience in their college careers and transitioning to becoming great alumni, ” said Brother Long in response to his new position.
Brother Long holds a degree in Accounting. He currently works for Fiesta Restaurant Group-Taco Cabana/Pollo Tropical Headquarters as a Sr. Cash Accountant in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He has also been involved in leadership roles within the DFW Alumni Association and the National Alumni Association.
Brother Long appointment comes as a result of the recent elections in Chicago and the start of the appointment of a new transition team for the 2018 to 2021 administration. His first priority will to begin filling Regional Director vacancies and assist the previous VP with the transition act