Location: Seattle, WA – Omega Delta Phi announced the creation of a brand new national position under the Leadership & Development team. Brother José E. Legaspi Ledezma has been hired as Director of Professional Development for Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Brother José crossed into our brotherhood in Spring 2014 at Cal State University Stanislaus, starting as the Founding Class President.  Throughout his time as a brother, he served multiple positions including colony Internal Vice-President, Social Chairman, and Rush Chairman.  José was a four time recipient of Semester Dean’s List while at Cal State University Stanislaus, awarded the ASI/USU Team Player Award of the Year, and was recognized with the coveted 2014 Pacific Region “Knights of the Round Table” Award.  Brother José graduated in 2016 with his BS in Business Administration and BA in Spanish, and is currently serving as the Pacific Region Scholastics Chairman Assistant.   Currently he is working towards commencing his Master’s program and future Doctoral degree.

When asked about his new role, Brother José responded, “I am tremendously thrilled to start this position as I see great potential for success within the Brethren not only at the entity level but at the individual level as well. In addition I would just like to ask for the Brothers to keep their minds open to different perspectives and ideas that can potentially change the status quo. Change is good when it is progressive. Let’s aim for progress and growth together!”

Vice President of Leadership and Development, Ruben Hernandez said “I’m excited to fill this highly prolific role with some great upcoming talent. José understand that after 4 years, our undergraduates either need to be ready to enter the workforce or continue on in higher education. José will develop the programming, structure and guidance to help our undergraduates be prepared for whatever direction their lives take. ”

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.