By Ezequiel Ayala, Alpha Theta Chapter at Oregon State University and Luis Cabrera, Beta Sigma Chapter at University of Houston, Downtown

The Honorable Knights of Omega Delta Phi were well represented from Jan 30th to Feb 2nd, 2020 in Indianapolis, IN at the AFLV (Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values) Central Conference, the largest and most diverse gathering of fraternal stakeholders in the country. Members from the Xi Chapter at University of Oklahoma, Alpha Theta Chapter at Oregon State University, Alpha Sigma Chapter at the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, Alpha Omega Chapter at the University of Wisconsin, Oskosh, Beta Alpha at North Eastern Illinois University, Beta Nu Chapter at Oklahoma State University, Beta Sigma Chapter at the University of Houston, Downtown and Stephen F Austin State University Colony were in attendance at the annual gathering.

“This year, I, Ezequiel Ayala, got to represent The Unified Greek Council of Oregon State University and the Alpha Theta chapter of Omega Delta Phi Fraternity Inc. I crossed into Omega Delta Phi by way of the Alpha Theta Chapter in Winter 2019. Since then, I have been involved with my organization and council. Being able to attend this conference was a great experience of learning and developing skills that will help and support my chapter and my community on campus. This conference offered diverse workshops with topics including organization growth, diversity and inclusion, management, branding & recruitment, and many others”.

“At AFLV Central, the networking opportunities were impressive. This event hosts more than 3500 students from more than 200 campuses around the national territory. I connected with brothers from other chapters and networked with other student representatives from Inter Fraternity Council, Panhellenic Council, National Pan Hellenic Council, and a diversity of Multicultural and Culturally Based Greek Councils. Being able to attend such a conference posed an incredible opportunity for personal growth and development, that personally, I will totally recommend attending” he finalized.</