Demetrios Giannaros

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Connecticut

State House (Connecticut 21)

Family: Wife: Elizabeth; 2 Children

Born: 10/04/1949 Samos, Greece

Home: Farmington, Connecticut

Education: PhD, Economics, Boston University, 1981 MA, Development Economics, Boston University MA, Political Economy, Boston University BA, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Profession: Visiting Faculty Fellow, Yale University, 1997-1998 Director, United States Consortium for Management Education in Central and Eastern Europe, 1993-1998 Fellow, American Council on Education Professor, Boston University Special Assistant to the President, George Washington University Professor, Jagiellonian University Professor, Suffolk University Associate to the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of Hartford Faculty, Barney School of Business and Public Administration, University of Hartford Director, Executive Masters, Public Administration Program, University of Hartford Director of International Studies/Associates, University of Hartford Instructor, Economics and International Business, University of Hartford

Political: Chief Assistant Deputy Speaker of Economic Affairs, Connecticut State House of Representatives, present Representative, Connecticut State House of Representatives, 1994-present Deputy Majority Leader, Connecticut State House of Representatives, 2005-2008 Farmington Board of Education, 1973-1995

Congressional Membership: Member, Clean Energy Advisory Committee Member, Commission on Children Member, Connecticut Tax Review Commission Member, Governor's Working Group on Ethics Reform Member, International Trade Commission Co-Chair, Task Force on Project Concern

Organization Membership: President, Interparliamentary Union, present American Economics Association Board of Directors, College of Southeastern Europe Member, Exchange Club of Farmington Member, Farmington Land Trust and Exchange Club Member, Hellenic Society 'Paideia' of Connecticut Member, Hill-Stead Museum Former President, Northeast Business and Economic Association Member, Stanely-Whitman Museum Member, Unionville Museum Member, World Affairs Council

Committees:

Executive and Legislative Nominations

Finance, Review, and General Bonding

Higher Education and Employment Advancement

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