George Alexakis is Vice President of CPMR (Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions of Europe) , in charge of Maritime Issues and Vice Governor of Crete on European and International Affairs. After his first election on 2014, he has been re-elected on 2016 as the Vice President of CPMR in Charge of Maritime Issues. He is also a Member of the Political Bureau of CPMR since 2012.
Since March 2017, he is appointed as the Vice Governor of Crete on European and International Affairs, been elected as Regional Councilor in 2010 and re-elected in 2014. Previously, he was continuously elected during the four consecutive elections’ periods from 1994-2006, as a Prefectural Councilor of Heraklion, Crete, Greece. Nowadays, he is coordinating relevant Issues and supervising projects’ implementation, by also dealing with relevant political priorities, strategies and initiatives on a regional and European level.
George Alexakis holds a Diploma Degree on Civil Engineering from the Democritus Technical University of Greece, as well as a Master of Science on Planning, from the London School of Economics and Political Science. His own private career has launched in 1991, as a Civil Engineer and City Planner, and as an Environmentalist. He has conducted, prepared and has been involved in more than 100 projects. From 2001 until 2014, he has been appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of Heraklion Port Authority, Crete, Greece.
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