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Wilson D. Enriquez, past immediate president of Florida Delta Epsilon Chi, was elected international president of Delta Epsilon Chi at the 41st Annual International Career Development Conference held in April in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Florida).

Wilson D. Enriquez, past immediate president of Florida Delta Epsilon Chi, was elected international president of Delta Epsilon Chi at the 41st Annual International Career Development Conference held in April in Salt Lake City, Utah. His brother, David Enriquez, was elected state president of Florida Delta Epsilon Chi, a college division of DECA.

This marks the first time that one brother has succeeded another as state president, and the first time that brothers have served as international president and state president in the same year. Wilson Enriquez became involved with DECA as a senior at Taravella High School in Coral Springs, Fla., and continued his involvement through Delta Epsilon Chi at Northwood University in West Palm Beach. His brother David has been involved with DECA and Delta Epsilon Chi for two years and now attends Barry University, Miami Shores. Wilson Enriquez is the first Hispanic-American international president for the organization.
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