Endy D. Zemenides, Executive Director
Prior to joining HALC, Endy spent over a decade at the intersection of policy and politics. He practiced law in Chicago, specializing in municipal law and government relations. He served as Senior Advisor for Illinois State Treasurer and Democratic candidate for Senate Alexi Giannoulias. Endy serves as a Nonresident Fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, where he had previously been an Emerging Leaders Fellow. Endy's policy experience also includes participation in the Aspen Institute's Socrates program, service on the editorial board and board of advisors of the National Strategy Forum, and lecturing in international relations and American foreign policy in DePaul University’s political science department. Endy presently serves on the Board of Directors for College Year in Athens, and on the University of Chicago Booth School of Business’ Civic Scholars Program Advisory Committee. He received a BA from DePaul University, an MA from the University of Essex (UK), and his JD from the Georgetown University Law Center, where he was also a fellow in the Harrison Institute for Public Law and an editor of the Georgetown Journal of International Law.
Thanos Davelis, Director of Public Affairs
Thanos joined the Hellenic American Leadership Council in 2016, and serves as the Director of Public Affairs. He previously spent time at the Consulate General of Greece in Chicago, serving as the point person on a number of issues, including those related to the Consulate’s responsibilities as EU local chair. He is also currently a member of HALC’s flagship Leadership 2030 program. Thanos holds a BA in History and International Studies from Loyola University Chicago.
Georgia Logothetis, Managing Director
A former attorney and a seasoned communications strategist, Georgia has nearly 15 years of experience in politics and advocacy. She has run national & state advocacy campaigns, raised millions online in grassroots donations, created a comprehensive leadership training curriculum and has helped organize citizen lobbying in Washington, DC. She has been profiled in the Chicago Reader by Chris Hayes and her work has been cited in The Washington Post, The New York Times and other publications.
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