He is a native speaker of Greek with extended knowledge of English and German. Future plans include Spanish and certainly not another Latin-based language.
At 21 years of age, he has gathered valuable MUN experience as a delegate and a board member alike. He started off with high school editions of said simulations (along with other ones) and carried on the tradition to the academic level. His devotion to social and human sciences in conjunction with his passion for social inclusiveness, educational equality, and respect for cultural diversity led him to the UNESCO committee. He will be serving as this year’s Director-General.
Lastly, he states his excitement for the upcoming ThessisMUN -which he will be attending for the fourth time- and hopes that this edition will be its greatest yet.