Chris Perakis

Chris Perakis Evloyias

Consultant of Learning Support and Educational Testing, International Schools (ECIS)

Mrs. Chris Perakis Evloyias holds a Bachelors of Arts in Elementary and Special Education from Salve Regina College and a Masters of Arts in Special Education from Lesley College.For ten years, she co-organised the ACS Athens Annual Learning Differences Conference, a continuing effort to raise awareness on the subject of educating children with learning differences.Mrs. Perakis has also served as a team member on the Committee of Institution-wide Accreditation of the Middle School Association of Colleges and School (MSA), and on the study and research group at John Hopkins University for bringing the Center of Talented Youth (CTY) program to Greece. Since 2010, she has been selected to serve on The Educational Collaborative for International Schools (ECIS) Special Education Needs (SEN) Committee. Currently she is the co-chair of the Learning Support TEAM.She is a founding member of several professional associations that focus on students that need learning support; and is a trainer in administering and interpreting Educational and Psychological Assessments. Currently she is an adjunct professor at the Hellenic American University and works as a consultant to support schools build up their own learning support programs, Educational & Diagnostic testing centers, as well as, audit school programs and make suggestions for best fit support services.She’s a passionate life long learner that believes that every student can reach his/her own potential given the appropriate support.