STANFORD UNIVERSITY | STANFORD, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES
Master of Arts in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies- June 2011
ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS | ATHENS, GREECE
Bachelor’s degree in International and European Economic Relations. Specialization: International and European Political Economy- September 2009
SECURITY AND DEFENSE ADVISOR, JULY 2014-PRESENT
European Parliament | Brussels, Belgium
•Advising a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) on trade, security and defense policy regulations and developments, including on trans-Atlantic trade developments, the European Defense Action Plan, dual use export controls, NATO-EU cooperation, Single European Sky/ SESAR, European Space Policy.
•Providing information and advice in support of EU policy formulation, regulation and decision-making.
• Contributing to the development of strategy and policy papers. Conducting research, and providing strategic analysis on trade, security and defense issues.
•Conducting policy advocacy in support of the Parliamentarian’s policy and legislative objectives.
•Liaising and developing relations with the European Parliament’s Secretariat, the European Commission, the European Defense Agency, Permanent Representations and Military Delegations to the EU, national government officials, lobbyists, EU and US industry representatives and other stakeholders to develop, support and implement planned programs.
•Advising the MEP in the engagement of the press and media. Building media partnerships; preparing media guidance in preparation for his meetings with the press; drafting communication materials such as press briefings, press releases, presentations, speaking notes, statements, op-eds; drafting backgrounders and position papers in preparation of official
visits; providing media and social media monitoring and analysis on assigned topics and country media reviews in preparations for events, trips and visits; drafting social media and website content.
•Overseeing the planning and execution of seminars, workshops, conferences, press briefings.
SECURITY AND DEFENSE ADVISOR, APRIL 2013-JUNE 2014
European Parliament | Brussels, Belgium
•Provided strategic advice to a Member of the European Parliament on security, defense and trade issues pertaining to the agenda of the Subcommittee on Security and Defense and the Transport Committee, including on civil aviation safety rules, cyber defense, Single European Sky, trans-Atlantic defense industrial cooperation.
•Contributed to the shaping and development of EU legislation and EU strategies and conducted policy advocacy to
•Provided monitoring of the media and reporting on critical policy issues.
•Drafted news releases. Handled media enquiries. Conducted research and analysis to draft insightful articles. Wrote speeches and developed talking points and presentation material for conferences. Assisted staff on media work, including on drafting articles and social media content. Prepared materials for meetings such as briefing notes, memos and backgrounders.
•Maintained contact, liaised with and outreached to relevant political actors, parliamentarians, officials and counterparts in other European Institutions, think thanks, and diplomatic and military representations and industry representatives to develop and execute prospective policies and cooperation initiatives, hearings and legislation.
Identified potential strategic partnerships with key partners.
•Planned, managed and executed program activities such as press conferences, roundtable discussions and policy seminars.
INTERN, SECRETARIAT OF THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SECURITY AND DEFENSE, DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR EXTERNAL POLICIES, OCTOBER 2012-MARCH 2013
European Parliament | Brussels, Belgium
•Conducted research and drafted backgrounders and talking points for Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) on complex security and defense -related issues, with emphasis on capability development, missile defense, space policy, and EU-NATO capability cooperation.
•Provided media and social media monitoring and researched, drafted, and edited news items for the Sub-committee's flagship report, its bi-weekly “news monitor,” on global foreign policy and security affairs. Organized the dissemination of the “news monitor.”
•Researched and assisted the Secretariat and political advisors in the drafting of reports on "Arms Exports: Implementation of Council Common Position" and the "EU's military structures: state of play and future perspectives,"
•Covered meetings of the Subcommittee on Security and Defense and the Delegation for Relations with the NATO Parliamentary Assembly and prepared reports.
•Assisted the Secretariat of the Subcommittee in planning and executing policy workshops and conferences; researched and prepared meeting materials; worked closely with the Secretariat as well as with Staff from other Committees on identifying speakers and new participants.
•Published a Policy Insight entitled “Russia’s new aerospace defense forces: keeping up with the neighbors.”
INTERN, INTERNATIONAL MILITARY STAFF, COOPERATION AND REGIONAL SECURITY DIVISION, PARTNERSHIP CONCEPT AND POLICY BRANCH, MARCH 2012- SEPTEMBER 2012
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) | Brussels, Belgium
•Provided policy implementation material and briefings to the Director of Cooperation and Regional Security (C&RS) and his staff regarding cooperation between NATO and partner countries in the fields of BMD, WMD proliferation, counterterrorism, energy security, cyber defense, and border control. Provided media monitoring and analysis. Prepared media memoranda.
•Contributed to the drafting of Political Agreements and Partnership Work Plans and Programs. Researched and drafted reports, memorandums and backgrounders on topics related to NATO’s political relations with countries across the globe and international organizations. Covered meetings of NATO’s Partnerships and Cooperative Security Committee, the Defense Policy and Planning Committee, and NATO’s Military Committee as well as other relevant military and political
meetings and prepared minutes and reports.
•Cooperated and liaised with staff from different directorates and agencies including Political Affairs and Security Policy (PASP) and the Emerging Security Challenges (ESC) Divisions of the International Staff (IS), and interacted with staff of Supreme Allied Command Transformation (SACT).
•Published a NATO Defense College research paper on “Emerging Security Challenges: A Glue for NATO and Partners.”
RESEARCH INTERN, FOREIGN POLICY AND NON-PROLIFERATION PROGRAM, SEPTEMBER 2011- MARCH 2012
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace- Carnegie Moscow Center | Moscow, Russia
•Conducted research to assist the Center’s Foreign and Security Policy and Non-Proliferation programs with emphasis on Ballistic missile defense systems; analyzed information from various sources; monitored regional media, including regional language sources.
•Provided fact-checking, editing and proofreading of articles and books on foreign and security policy- related issues. Compiled and drafted summary reports, analyses of books and articles.
•Attended conferences and seminars and wrote summary reports. Wrote publications’ summaries. Assisted with the planning, coordinating, and executing of seminars, workshops and conferences. Contributed to press management and promotion on these events through traditional, online, and social media marketing. Provided media and online media
monitoring to measure their coverage.
•Published a policy paper on “NATO-Russia Relations and Missile Defense: Game Changer or Sticking Point.”
English: Fluent; French: Advanced Greek: Native; Russian: Advanced
Alumna of the German Marshall Fund of the United States’s Young Professionals Summit, March 2017
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