About Spiros Zorbalas - CEO and President of Alpha Omega Companies

Career highlights past and present

As an undergraduate at Dartmouth College, Spiros Zorbalas received a Williams Scholarship in science and completed visiting studies at the University of Minnesota. Several years after graduating from Dartmouth cum laude, Spiros Zorbalas attended the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management, where he earned a master of business administration with concentrations in finance and strategic management in 1992.

Mr. Zorbalas subsequently joined Andersen Consulting as a director, overseeing regional practice and relationship management over seven southeastern US states. After serving four years with Andersen, he founded Atlanta Consulting Group International (ACGI) and became its president and chief executive officer (CEO). From 1996 to 2004, he led ACGI to exceptional revenue growth and client partnerships with major organizations such as BellSouth, Shell Oil, Cigna, and Honeywell.

Spiros Zorbalas has been president and CEO of Alpha Omega Companies since 1996. This position places him in charge of roughly $700 million in real estate holdings with concentrations in the hospitality and multifamily sectors.