I was born and raised in Bethlehem, PA to Greek-immigrant parents. I speak, read, and write in Greek with fluency. I grew up playing soccer and I wrestled. I graduated from Liberty High School in 2016 with Honors and I am currently a junior MIS Major at Temple University. In high school, I worked labor jobs such as construction and as a busboy at a diner. This past summer I interned at Morgan, Lewis, & Bockius LLP, where I was an HR Data Specialist and managed a reports request inbox. I completed dozens of requests using MySQL, Microsoft Access, and Excel. I am a hardworking, resilient, and focused individual that has never let any obstacle keep me from achieving a goal I set out to accomplish.
During my professional and educational career, I have amassed a certain, unique group of skills that I believe set me apart from the rest of the crowd. I believe my work-ethic and interpersonal skills act as a catalyst for my unique ideas. I have always been an individual who tries to think outside the box and go the road less traveled by. I remain intellectually curious and will forever consider myself a student of the trade.
This past fall I started my M.S. in IT Auditing & Cybersecurity as a junior. I was accepted into Temple’s 4+1 Program, that allowed me to start my M.S. my junior year, enabling me to finish it just one year after completing my undergraduate. To be broad, my goal is to achieve as much as my abilities will allow me. More specifically, I plan on being fully employed at a reputable company. I want to achieve enough financial success that I can comfortably explore the possibility of creating my own startup. I am content with being patient and waiting for that million dollar idea when the time is right. I will be interning this summer as an IT Auditor for TD Bank in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.