Businessman Zenon Christodoulou, who serves on the New Jersey Department of Homeland Security’s Advisory Council, has joined the Board of Trustees at Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC.)
He was appointed to the RVCC Board by the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders, said My Central Jersey. He has long been active in the Greek-American community and is the founding chairman of the N.J. Hellenic-American Heritage Commission, the first in the United States designed to act as a liaison with government agencies,
He is also the global Chairman of the Hellenic and Cypriot Affairs Committee of AHEPA. In 2016, Christodoulou was inducted as an Archon of the Order of Saint Andrew the Apostle. The global organization is dedicated to protecting the Sacred See of St. Andrew the Apostle, promoting the Orthodox Christian faith and defending human rights and freedoms around the world.
In 2013, Christodoulou led a successful effort to create the nation’s first comprehensive educational guide detailing the historical relationship between Greek Christians and Greek Jews, with focus on World War II and the Holocaust.
He was owned and operated many businesses, including in management consultant, specializing in growth strategies.