Koumantzelis to be Honored by Alpha Omega

Arthur G. Koumantzelis

Arthur G. Koumantzelis, a member of Leadership 100, will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Alpha Omega Council on Saturday, June 11, 2011 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. A native of Lowell, Massachusetts and prominent business leader, he is one of the original founders of Alpha Omega Council, which is dedicated to uniting Americans of Hellenic ancestry to promote and encourage American patriotism while cultivating the ideals of Hellenism. He is being honored for his “uncompromising integrity and true professionalism.”

Koumantzelis spent most of his career in public accounting, holding senior positions, before joining Cumberland Farms as Senior Vice President and CFO, and subsequently serving as President of Gainesborough Investments, a venture capital firm. He currently serves on a number of company boards and is a publisher of The Hellenic Voice. Among his philanthropic and community activities, he is a Bentley University Benefactor and serves The National Conference of Christians and Jews, the Public Health Council of Massachusetts, the Governor’s Task Force on Economic Development, the International Trade Council, the Immigrant Learning Center, Hellenic College, The Dana Hall School and St. Demetrios and Holy Trinity Churches.
He and his wife, Vaia, have seven children, nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
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