I was born in Athens in 1993. I graduated from the department of History and Archaeology of the University of Crete in 2015 with honors and I received my M.A. in Contemporary Greek and European History from the same department in 2018 with honors. Since March of 2019 I am PhD candidate in Economic and Social History in the department of History and Archaeology of the University of Crete. My thesis subject is “Chiot shipowners between global shipping and the Greek economy (1945 – 1975). The case of the Andreadis Business Group”. I have also received the first scholarship for a “PhD in Maritime History 2019-2022” of the Centre of Maritime History of the Institute for Mediterranean Studies – FORTH, Greece. My interests focus on economic and social history, maritime history, business history and history of economic theories. I also work on classification of historical archives of Greek industrial business.