Mr Aristotelis Stamoulas is a graduate of the Philosophy School of the Kapodistrian University of Athens and holder of a PgD in Human Resource Management and European Industrial Relations from the University of Keele, an MA in Political and Social Theory from the University of Kent at Canterbury, and an MPhil in Government from the University of Essex.
He has worked as an executive consultant at the Hellenic Parliament and to the Greek Minister of Culture.
He is a senior administrator in the Greek Consumer Ombudsman since 2007. In parallel, he has been acting as deputy director of the European Consumer Centre of Greece since 2012, holding the post of the director from 2019 until today.
His research interests and publications focus on international human rights and cultural relativism, economics of education, and the protection of consumer rights in domestic and cross-border commerce.