IMG_6833Oklahoma City, OK – Omega Delta Phi ( announced today that Brother Victor Duron has joined the Extended National Executive Council as National Director of Expansion. Victor, an alumnus of our Omicron Chapter at University of Wisconsin-Parkside, served previously as the Asst. National Director of Expansion where he traveled to numerous universities presenting to Greek Life Directors and recruiting for our interest groups.

“Being appointed as Director of Expansion I am honored and excited,” he said. “This has been a goal since I became an active and especially after taking the assistant position in 2013. I look forward in working with now only regional expansion chairs but the operations team.”

VP of Operations Lateef Ipaye earlier explains the selection. “Victor has a deep understanding of what is necessary for this position,” he said.

“When an organization undergoes new leadership, it is important that there is a contigency plan in place where knowledge is passed down. Victor has learned from brothers such as Long Le and Anthony Fashe while sharpening his own perspective. With that said, he was an ideal choice.”

Omega Delta Phi has experienced tremendous growth expanding to 11 schools in the last term which has been the most since the mid 90s. Victor plans to continue that momentum.

“I hope to continue the work that has been done in the Northeast, East coast and California, ” Duron said. “My goal is to build strong foundations in these areas and bridge the gaps of our regions to make our brotherhood geographically closer. Also I hope build strong regional and national expansions teams to take advantage of any expansion opportunities that arise.”

About Omega Delta Phi

Omega Delta Phi ( 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.