Under the Patronage of H.E. the President of the Hellenic Republic Ms. Katerina Sakellaropoulou

Delphi Economic Forum IX

April 10-13, 2024

Christina Alexopoulou

Christina Alexopoulou

Christina Alexopoulou

Deputy Minister of Infrastructure & Transport

Hellenic Republic

Christina Alexopoulou is Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, responsible for Transport.
She was born in October 1978 and grew up in Patras. She attended the 7th Lyceum of Patras and studied at the Civil Engineering Department of the University of Patras, where she obtained her Diploma in Civil Engineering. In this capacity, she was active professionally and entrepreneurially in the wider region of Western Greece, the Central Greece, the Peloponnese and the Ionian Islands from 1998 to 2019, implementing numerous projects of local, regional and national scope.
She has developed a strong social and political activity in the field of the center-right since her student days, playing a leading role in the MAKI, the DAP-NDFK and the ONNED. From 2004 to 2010 she was President of the ONNED of Achaia and Member of the Central Committee of ONNED. In 2006 she ran for public office for the first time, being elected Prefectural Councilor of Achaia, the first in her combination.
Alongside her professional and family career, since 2010, when she completed her term of office in Local Government, she has been systematically involved in the field of Civil Engineering, rising to positions of responsibility in the Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE), in the Achaia Branch and the Central Administration. Among other things, she was elected Member of the Central Delegation of the Technical Chamber of Greece with the DKM, the party supported by New Democracy.
In 2019, she ran for the first time and was elected Member of Parliament for Achaia of the New Republic. During her first parliamentary term, she was elected Secretary of the Standing Committee on Cultural Affairs and the Library Committee of the Parliament. She was a Member of the Special Standing Committee of the Regions. She was also President of the Greece-Switzerland Parliamentary Friendship Group and a Member of the Friendship Groups with the countries of India and Slovakia.
She was re-elected first in terms of crosses in the elections of 21 May 2023 and 25 June 2023. By decision of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, she was appointed Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and Transport on 27 June 2023.
Her personal interests include politics, activism, volunteering, gender equality and support for vulnerable social groups. She devotes her free time to family, reading, music and sport.
She is married to Theodoros Tzamaloukas, a lawyer from Patras, with whom she has a 6-year-old daughter, Penelope.

Thursday 11

  • 16.15 - 16.50

    Shaping the Future of Cities | Innovation and Collaboration in Transforming Urban Mobility


    location_onApollon Room | Amalia Hotel