Oklahoma City, OK – Omega Delta Phi (https://www.omegadeltaphi.com) announced today that Brother Jesus Apodaca has joined the Extended National Executive Council as National Director of Intake. Jesus, an alumnus from Epsilon Chapter at Arizona State University, served previously as the National Director of Technology along with being a 2x Prospective Member Educator at Arizona State University and also the Prospective Member Educator for Utah which resulted in chapter status within one year.
“I am humbled to be appointed the new Director of Intake. These next few years are going to be great! I’m excited to work with all entities, creating a stronger founders program, and pioneering the professional and graduate intake program that will create the positive change the face of ODPhi for years to come.” said Brother Apodaca.
In his rule as National Director of Intake, Brother Apodaca will develop and implement an intake strategy that will allow for a more diverse and focused intake process, while at the same time, allowing development of the younger entities to streamline their intake workflow.
VP of Operations, Lateef Ipaye stated, “Jesus brings a unique background to the Intake position where he will combine his professional experience with his passion for developing new members of our fraternity. He will utilize this Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semester to develop information in order to benchmark the success of our prospective member program. This approach will be useful in our plans to revamp the prospective member program and founder program in 2016 as well as collaborating with the NAA for the establishment of the Grad/Professional Intake Program.”
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.