Evi Christofilopoulou

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Evi Christofilopoulou
MP
Deputy Minister of Administrative Reform and e-Governance
Incumbent
Assumed office
25 June 2013
Serving with Kyriakos Mitsotakis
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras
Preceded by Manousos Voloudakis
Deputy Minister of Education, Lifelong learning and Religions
In office
7 October 2009 – 17 May 2012
Serving with Anna Diamantopoulou, George Babiniotis
Prime Minister George Papandreou, Lucas Papademos
Preceded by Andreas Lykouretzos (el), Spyridon Taliadouros
Succeeded by Ioannis Ioannidis, Theodoros Papatheodorou (el)
Personal details
Born 1956
Athens, Greece
Nationality Greek
Political party Panhellenic Socialist Movement
Alma mater National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
London School of Economics
Profession Professor, Politician
Religion Greek Orthodoxy
Website Official Site of Evi Christofilopoulou

Evi Christofilopoulou (Greek: Εύη Χριστοφιλοπούλου; born in 1956 in Athens, Greece) is the Deputy Minister of Education, Lifelong learning and Religions of Greece.

Early Life and Education[edit]

Evi Christofilopoulou was born in 1956 in Athens, Greece. She graduated from the Law School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. After her graduation, she entered the London School of Economics, where she obtained a Masters of Sciences in Political Sciences, as well as a Ph.D. in Public Administration and Civil Policy. She is fluent in English and French.

Career[edit]

From 1986 until 1991, Evi Christofilopoulou was in charge of the Sector of member Development for the Local Administration in E.E.T.A.A. .

From 1992 until 1997 she co-operated with the National Bank of Greece, as well as enterprises of the private sector in the field of human resources development.

She had also been a Special Consultant of Georgios Gennimatas during his post in the Ministry of Economics.

Academic career[edit]

Evi Christofilopoulou has been a Professor in the Department of Public Administration of Engineers and Regional Development of the University of Thessaly, as well as in Post-Doctorate courses of the Department of Political Sciences and Public Administration of the Law School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

Evi Christofilopoulou, is currently an assistant Professor in the School of Business Administration of the Hellenic Open University.

Politics[edit]

Evi Christofilopoulou joined the Panhellenic Socialist Movement in 1999.

From 1997 until 2002, she was the General Secretary of the Administration of Public Funds in charge of the planning and administration of employment and education for Civil Policies. She has been a member of the Committee of Civil Cases and Research for the Technological Equipment of the Hellenic Parliament.

From 2004 until December 2006, Evi Christofilopoulou was the co-ordinator for Civil Cases in the Parliamentary Team of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement. She has been a member of the Committee of the program of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement in charge for the policies related to the family and children.

In March 2004, she was elected as a member of the Hellenic Parliament with the Panhellenic Socialist Movement in the Prefecture of Attica (greater Athens). In October 2009, she was re-elected as a member of the Hellenic Parliament and was appointed as the Deputy Minister of Education, Lifelong learning and Religions in the Cabinet of George Papandreou, which she remained in the Papademos. Following the Greek legislative election, June 2012, she was named spokesperson of the PASOK parliamentary group in the Hellenic Parliament, together with Michalis Chrisochoidis, a position she left on 25 June 2013 after joining the Coalition Cabinet of Antonis Samaras as Deputy Minister of Administrative Reform and e-Governance.

Personal life[edit]

Evi Christofilopoulou is married to Dimitris Christofilopoulos. They have a daughter, Eliana, and a son, Paulos.

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