Evangelos David Delimosis
I am an undergraduate student majoring in Statistics and Insurance Science at the University of Piraeus.
In Get Involved I have the role of Senior Associate and I engage in all the initiatives of Get Involved Intelligence, while I have contributed to the survey Sustainability Literacy and Perspectives II, as well as to the writing of The Index of Economic Terms and of the Guide to ESG – the new megatrend.
The main reason for my participation in the initiatives of Get Involved Intelligence is the contribution that these projects have to the promotion of economic literacy and the information about key financial issues.
It has been five years since I have completed my Bachelor studies in Law School, at the Democritus University of Thrace. Since then, I have been practicing law for about three years now. Along with practicing law, I completed my postgraduate studies at the University of Peloponnese (Master of Science in Finance), which offered me a specialization in the European financial world, besides my acquaintance with the economic field. Today, I am a PhD candidate at the University of Peloponnese and my research concerns the exact same field (that is European economic law), which I totally love.
During my Phd studies, I have professionally penetrated the personal data industry. This is an industry that has been neglected for years and still has a large margin for regulation, both nationally and at European and international level. In the past I have been actively involved in ELSA programs, while I have worked as a lawyer voluntarily in student liaison organizations. Today, I write and publish articles in legal journals, while my last collaboration is the LawPedia Greece Organization.
I had the chance to get to know the Get Involved organization and its members during the 5th European Central Bank Simulation Conference and immediately felt like I had met a team with lots of love and passion for their subject matter. Today, I am a member of this organization, and particularly I am a member of the Infographics Project group, which on the one hand is fully in line with my studies and on the other hand performs an important task in capturing the European economic, social and cultural status quo.
Currently, a bachelor’s degree graduate of the Department of Banking and Financial Management at the University of Piraeus.
I have an intense interest in the fields of accounting, business, finance, and economics. Highlighted by my professional experience, as an accounting assistant and an Audit intern, and by my participation in the Get Involved organization.
I participate in the Infographics Project initiative of Get Intelligence. I am very grateful for this opportunity for two reasons. Firstly, it’s a project that aligns with Get Involved’s purpose to promote financial literacy, and secondly, I have the chance to collaborate with a diverse team of great individuals.
My name is Maria Triantafyllopoulou, I am an undergraduate student at the Law School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and Junior Associate at Get Involved since 2021. During my years of study, I have participated in law conferences, simulations of International and European organizations and in organizing committees of student scientific groups. In particular, in the field of scientific writing, so far I have dealt, at an academic level, with the topics: “Moral autonomy and the necessity of law”, “Notes on the Financial Constitution”, “Unaccompanied minors” and “The Recognition of the Greek State” and my legal researches which have been published, relating to issues of international and European law, entitled: “Τhe annual Rule of Law Report for 2020 in Europe” and “The Case of VAVŘIČKA et al. V. The Czech Republic: Compulsory childhood vaccination as a feature of a democratic society”. As a member of Get Involved, I was given the opportunity to participate, this year, in the new project “Get Involved Intelligence”. Through my participation in it, I aim to cultivate my research skills, to gain more economic and legal knowledge on current issues in the European economic reality and to sharpen the interest of the student and scientific community on the need to investigate economic issues, but also an understanding of the interdisciplinary dialogue between legal and economic science.