Phiota Appointed as NALFO President

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New York, New York  - February  6, 2018

Francisco M. Lugo, current Phi Iota Alpha Executive Director and Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Georgia Southern University has been appointed as President of the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO).

Prior to being appointed president, Francisco served as the Commissioner of Member Services during NALFO’s restructuring phase and then served as the Vice President of Member Services.

Francisco holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and Communications, a Master of Science in Education in College Student Personnel from the University of Dayton, and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from the University of New England.

“I am excited about this great opportunity and looking forward to working alongside and serving all 16 member organizations," said Lugo.

This is the second time a member of Phi Iota Alpha heads up NALFO. Dr. Juan R. Guardia was elected NALFO Chair in April 2010.

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About Phi Iota Alpha

Since 1931, Phi Iota Alpha has set precedents for Latino Greek leadership in the global community. For over 87 years, Phi Iota Alpha has cultivated and inspired Latino men nationwide to become leaders of their communities across Latin America and the United States. Open to all men, this distinguished brotherhood includes many professionals and former presidents of Latin American countries. Today Phi Iota Alpha, the Oldest Latino Fraternity in existence, continues to lead as the preeminent Latino fraternal organization with chapters throughout the United States.

About NALFO

The National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations, Inc., (NALFO) is a coalition established in 1998 to promote and foster positive interfraternal relations, communication, and development of all Latino fraternal organizations through mutual respect, leadership, honesty, professionalism, and education.