Dr. Aliki Mitsakos

Co-Founder & Dean of TICLS, Chairperson, Education and Science G.A.A.E.C. Committee

Aliki Mitsakos, studied Medicine in Belgium, San Diego, U.S.A., and the University of Athens, Greece, subsequently specializing in Anaesthesia-Intensive Care and Pain Management. She holds a Ph.D., cum laude, in Pharmacology. She has worked at all levels and eventually Director of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Unit keeping simultaneously a Private Practice, in Greece and abroad, including Stanford University in California and other Centers in the U.S.A.; in London, England; Moscow, Russia; and Cape Town, South Africa. She has taught at the University of Athens, the Institute of Vocational Training, and many international advanced programs. She has been actively involved in promoting the academic and clinical advance of medicine and the welfare of anesthesiologists. Has served on the Board of the Hellenic Society of Anaesthesiologists, founded the related

Association that set the standards of the specialty, has served as the National Delegate at the Monospecialist Committee for Anaesthesia and Reanimation of the European Union (U.E.M.S.), on the European Board of Anaesthesiology, as well as numerous Hellenic and International Societies, including the European Academy and the European Society of Anaesthesiology.
Besides her professional career, she has also been an active member of Civil Society on issues related to International relations, Security and Education, with a particular focus on Youth and Women, for the past 25 years and more. She is active in Soroptimist International, served as President of the Union of Greece, is founding member of the Greek Association for Atlantic & European Cooperation, and president of Women In International Security-Hellas. She served on the Board of Advisors of the International Institute for
Political & Economic Studies of the Fund for American Studies and Georgetown University, created (2004) a unique International Educational program for teenagers “Kernels of our Future” based on non formal/informal education methods, and founded The International Center for Leading Studies in 2012, serving as Dean. She has participated at over 100 major Conferences and meetings all over the world, delivered a number of addresses on her related interests, and published many articles to scientific journals and the press, including current concepts based on the experiences acquired in the learning approach and processes, as well as those of soft diplomacy.