New Members Of Executive Committee And Board Of Trustees Take Seats

Theodore K. Zampetis

The Executive Committee welcomed Theodore K. Zampetis of the Metropolis of Detroit as a newly elected member at its meeting during the 24th Annual Leadership 100 Conference. Zampetis is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Shiloh Industries, Inc. a leading full service automotive supplier to the U.S., European and Asian automakers in North America.

Born in Samos, Greece, he is a graduate of the Greek Merchant Marine Academy in Electro-Mechanical Engineering. He received a Bachelor Degree and Master’s Degree in Business Administration, both from the University of Toledo, Ohio.  He is married to Ann Saviolis and they have two children, Constantine and Callie, and four grandchildren.  All four adult members of the Zampetis family are individually members of Leadership 100.

The Board of Trustees welcomed its new members: Vasilios C. Priskos, Metropolis of Denver; George T. Soterakis, Direct Archdiocesan District; Christopher A. Tjotjos, Metropolis of Pittsburgh; and Peter A. Vlachos, Direct Archdiocesan District.

Priskos is the Principal Broker and Founder of InterNet Properties, a full-service real estate firm established in 1994 and operating in Utah and surrounding states. Born in Greece, he was graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Arts in Finance in 1990. He and his father founded The Royal Eatery in downtown Salt Lake City in 1981, which is still being operated by his brother. He is considered an active force in the challenges related to the development and redevelopment of downtown real estate. Active in community affairs, he resides in Holladay, Utah with his wife, Shanna, and their four sons.

Soterakis is Senior Vice President and Ethics Officer at Citigroup Global Compliance in New York, NY. He earned a JD at Boston University School of Law, Boston, MA in May 2003 and a B.A. in Political Science and Hispanic and Italian Studies from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD in May 2000. He was admitted to the Bar in New York and Massachusetts in 2004 and in the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York in 2005. Soterakis, his wife, Demetra, and their children are members of the Church of Our Saviour in Rye, New York.

Tjotjos is Vice President, Cisco Solutions Practice, Black Box Network Services in Westlake, Ohio. He founded and developed Logos Communication in 1989 into a multi-million dollar corporation that was acquired by Black Box Network Services in October of 2010. Black Box’s primary business is designing, installing and maintaining IT infrastructure. He has been a member of the Cisco Systems Partner Executive Exchange Program (CPEE) since 2002. Tjotjos holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bowling Green State University and an MBA from Baldwin-Wallace College.   He and his wife, Sophia, son, Andreas, and daughters, Evangelia, Mary and Yiana are members of Saint Demetrios Church, Rocky River, OH.

Vlachos returns to the Board of Trustees. He has served for two decades as Chairman of the Investment Committee. A Managing Director of Beck, Mack & Oliver LLC, an 83-year-old New York investment advisory firm, he founded Austin Investment Management, Inc. in 1989, which was purchased by the former entity in 2009. During his time as President of Austin, he also served as a corporate board member of Bullhorn, Inc. and, two innovative technology companies. A native New Yorker, he attended the prestigious Stuyvesant High School and was graduated from Colby College in Waterville, ME in 1958, after serving in the 93rd Bomb Wing of the Air Force Strategic Air command and flying with the 328th Bomb Squadron as a radar bombing and navigational technician during the Korean War. He is a resident of New York City and Martha’s Vineyard with his wife, Dr. Susan Deakins. The couple has one daughter, Zoe Vlachos, also a member of Leadership 100, a son, Dimitri Vlachos, three granddaughters and one grandson. He is a member of Annunciation Church, New York, NY.

The Executive Committee thanked Evie Hasiotis of the Metropolis of Boston and Angelo Coutris of the Metropolis of Pittsburgh for their dedicated and devoted service to the Executive Committee, the Board of Trustees and to the Nominating Committee. The Board of Trustees thanked those members who have completed their term of service, namely, Gus Chafoulias and George Gialamas, both of the Metropolis of Chicago, and Dr. George Kallins of the Metropolis of San Francisco for their valuable service and support.

Vasilios C. Priskos


George T. Soterakis


Christopher A. Tjotjos


Peter A. Vlachos



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