Konstantinos Kyranakis is an elected Member of the National Parliament of Greece, serving since July 7th 2019.
He was born in Luxembourg and raised in Athens and Brussels. He is today 32 years old, has graduated the European School of Brussels in 2005, holds a Bachelor degree in Law from the University of Athens and a MA in Strategic Communication from the American College of Greece. He is also an alumnus from the GLS programme at Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service (Class of 2018).
Konstantinos has worked as a digital strategist since 2008. He was the project manager for a part of the digital campaign of Jean-Claude Juncker for President of the European Commission in 2014.
In 2013, Konstantinos was elected president of the Youth of the European People's Party, Europe's largest political youth organisation with over 1 million members from 40 countries and re-elected in 2015. He was a candidate for the European Parliament in 2014, and was appointed deputy spokesman for Nea Demokratia in 2016.
Konstantinos is a member of the International Republican Institute, and has co-founded BrainGain, an initiative aiming at reversing brain drain for Greece. Forbes Magazine nominated and selected Konstantinos Kyranakis in the 30 under 30 list for the year 2016.