Anthi Poulos, Esq.

Anthi Poulos is the founder, chair, and general counsel of The Committee on the Parthenon in the U.S. She was the moderator for an international conference on the Parthenon marbles co-sponsored by The Committee on the Parthenon and by AHEPA.

An attorney in Washington DC, her career has been in Federal legislation and in the Senate and the Congress. She is currently serving as Scholar in Residence at the Law Library of Congress pursuing a study of the law of cultural heritage.

Ms. Poulos was born in Greece and educated in the United States and Europe, including Greece, France and the Hague Academy of International Law.

She and her extended family members have been active in AHEPA, as chapter founders and officers.

HCS viewers are invited to view her article, International Panel Discusses Reunification of the Parthenon Marbles.

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