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Nikolas Iatromanolakis: The Deputy Minister of Culture and a staunch lgbti rights activist

The composition of the new government of Kyriakos Mitsotakis was announced on Monday (4/1) by the new government representative, Christos Tarantilis. The scenarios for the reformation took and gave in the last hours but are no longer scenarios. It is essentially an upgrade to the same role as in the last 1.5 years he was Secretary-General of Contemporary Culture in this ministry.
Nikolas Doctormanolakis was born in Athens in 1975. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science & International Relations from Panteion University and a master’s degree in Public Policy (MPP) from The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. During his studies at Harvard, he received scholarships from the Alexander S. Onassis Charitable Foundation, the Bone Program and the Harvard Hellenic Foundation. During his undergraduate studies in Panteion he received a performance scholarship from the IKY.
In 2013 he was selected as marshall memorial fellow.
Professional activity
Since 2017 he holds the position of Director of Marketing & Communication of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center. In the past, he has worked as a managing director at Greek and multinational companies such as Microsoft, V+O Communication, S&B Industrial Minerals and Alpha TELEVISION, in scientific and academic institutions such as Harvard University and the Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP), as well as as an independent consultant on strategy, corporate affairs and communication.
His work has been awarded in Greece and abroad.
Political activity
He was a founding member of Potamos, was head of the party’s election campaign for the European elections in 2014, and in the parliamentary elections in January 2015 he ranked second in crosses in the constituency of Athens.
He was in charge of the Maritime and Human Rights sectors, as well as a member of the Political Planning group, and was elected a member of the party’s Pan-Hellenic Committee (2014-15).
He left the party in 2016.
Social activity
He has been active in the field of human rights and in particular the rights of LGBT+ people.
He has worked with organizations that promote the physical and mental health of children, such as ELEPAP and Perivonaki. In addition, she has volunteered for social enterprises and initiatives such as Refergon and Social Fashion Factory.
In 2019 he was elected Member of the Board of Directors of the Harvard Club of Greece.

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