Location: Seattle, WA – The Finance Team of Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc is proud to announce it’s expanding!  In the business of providing sound financial operations to the organization, the team is being expanded to a team of 4 members now in order to balance the workload of maintaining efficient service combined with quality customer service.  This is the largest roster and also the largest expansion of the finance team since our founding in 1987 and we are excited to see so many people wanting to get involved to further our mission of building a business foundation for the future.

Brother Edwin Correra has accepted his appointment to Director of Finance.  In his role, Edwin will be reporting directly to VP of Finance, Taylor Baca and will be

 managing the Finance Operations team.  The main goal of the Director of Finance in this structure will be to ensure invoicing, collection, and day to day operations are being correctly executed while at the same time, ensuring prompt response to inquiries regarding finances and specifically membership dues.

Brother Edwin crossed in Fall 2002 at University of Houston.  He double majored in Accounting and Finance in 2006 and followed that with a Master’s of Science in Accountancy in 2010.  Edwin worked in the Oil and Gas industry for nearly 9 years before deciding to pursue a life in business.  He currently owns and operates Kreative Photography, 1st Place Awards and Greek Depot.  Brother Edwin has plans to pursue a Doctorate of Finance in the near future.

Besides filling the vacant Director of Finance role, the team also expanded with the creation of two new positions which now make up the Finance Operations team.  The Office of Finance is pleased to welcome Brothers Johnathan Cedeno and Zia Lohrasbi as the newest members to the Finance team.  Both Cedeno and Lohrasbi will assist in the semester financial operations, accounts payable, accounts receivable and handling ad-hoc requests.  The goal of the expanded team is to be able to provide quicker, more efficient customer service in regards to finances while increasing our collection rate and implementing the multi-year tax reclassification program initiated last year.