Vollers, a family-owned full-service solutions provider for construction services, has announced that Susan Doctorian Kyrillos, who has a distinguished background as one of New Jersey’s leading public affairs professionals and civic leaders, has joined the company’s board of directors.
Kyrillos is the principal of SK Partners, a business development and public affairs
consulting firm, and is affiliated with Migdon Allen Associates, a boutique employee
benefits firm. She began her career with the Missouri state auditor and later held positions
with President George H.W. Bush’s campaign, the New Jersey state government and
Princeton Public Affairs Group, the state’s largest public affairs firm.
In 1998, she began the public affairs program for Monmouth University, becoming associate vice president for public affairs and then counselor to the president. She is widely credited as a driving force behind the establishment of the university’s state-of-the-art Multi Activities Center, the award winning pedestrian overpass linking together key campus parcels and the beginning of the highly regarded Monmouth University Poll.
Kyrillos currently serves on the board of directors of American Property Insurance
company; is a trustee of Fulfill, the food bank of Monmouth and Ocean counties; and
acting president of the Pascale Sykes Foundation.
“I am thrilled to join the board of directors at Vollers, a family company with a history of excellence in delivering important construction and infrastructure projects in New Jersey,” Kyrillos said. “Vollers has been making a positive impact in our communities and neighborhoods for over 70 years, and I’m excited to help the company continue to grow and expand their reach.”
“Susan Kyrillos is a well-respected business professional and community leader in New
Jersey and a tremendous asset to the Vollers board of directors,” Rob Vollers, chairman of the board, said. “Susan’s wealth of experience in both the public and private sector will help us continue to fulfill our mission to lead the civil construction industry by building projects into relationships. We look forward to working with Susan, who shares our vision for Vollers’ future.”
She and her husband, former state Sen. Joe Kyrillos, live in Middletown.