Jerry Zomorodian was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1952. In 1975, he moved to Sweden, however, he always knew that America was where he was going to live. He has the privilege of being a United States citizen.
In 1983, he became part of the community by purchasing a restaurant on Brookhurst Street and Lincoln Boulevard known as Ali Baba. In 1992, Zomorodian was privileged to be part of the first PACE (Citizens Police Academy) class offered by the City of Anaheim. After owning multiple businesses on Brookhurst Street, as varied as a Car Stereo Store and a Donut Shop and others, he decided to go into developing property. Zomorodian 3rd purchase was a lot of land in downtown Anaheim, and there began an even greater commitment to our community.
Zomorodian joined the Downtown Anaheim Association, Chamber of Commerce and was invited to join the Boys and Girls Clubs of Anaheim as well as the YMCA as being an executive board member for both organizations. In 2003, he was also appointed to the Sesquicentennial Commission for the City of Anaheim. Among the boards of directors, he has been honored to serve on the:
13th Marine Expeditionary Unit Adoption Committee
Anaheim Fire Department CUPA Business Advisory Board
City of Anaheim
The Anaheim Honorary Police Association as chairman
Zomorodian has been in business for 30 years and holds it as a privilege to serve this community.