Assistant District Director

James Bedoya III - Assistant District Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

James Bedoya III – Assistant District Director, Phi Eta Chapter – Seton Hall University

Bro. James Bedoya III was born and raised in Jamaica, Queens, NY to a single mother. Bedoya is a first-generation American and a first-generation college student. Bro. Bedoya aspires to be a trailblazer for his family and younger siblings in any way possible. Whether that is being the first in his family to graduate college or being the first in his family to obtain financial freedom, Bro. Bedoya hopes to leave a positive impact on his loved ones by establishing generational wealth and prosperity.

Currently, Bro. Bedoya attends Seton Hall University where he double majors in Business Marketing and Information Technology. He currently holds a GPA of 3.6 and aims to get his certifications in Data Analytics and Computer Science. Upon successful completion of his Bachelors, Bro. Bedoya wishes to continue his higher education by obtaining his Master of Business Administration. While at Seton Hall University, Bro. Bedoya has managed to leave a long-lasting impact on the student body. Bro. Bedoya has served as the Assistant Promotions Manager for Seton Hall’s own radio station, as the Social Media Coordinator for the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and as a member of Seton Hall’s first presidential cabinet of the Student Government Association.

Outside of his collegiate endeavors, Bro. Bedoya aims to work within the financial or media industries exercising his marketing skillsets and technological skillsets. Bro. Bedoya has worked for companies like Prudential Financial as an IT Project Manager assisting with internal tech growth and developing software to ease recruiting efforts. He has also worked for a top media company, executing unique and insightful marketing campaigns while contributing to digital marketing efforts. Regardless of where his career journey takes him, Bro. Bedoya vows to always use his platform to uplift and benefit the Black community and community of color.